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Dear Mom and Dad, I’ve spent a number of days–weeks even–contemplating how to discuss one component of this year’s election with you. It’s an issue that is very personal to me and many of my friends who I have met … Continue reading
July 1 marks the halfway point of the year. Usually people reflect upon their lives annually on New Year’s Eve. But why wait? I decided to challenge myself now. And after spending the weekend “off the grid”… out of touch … Continue reading
I found it! Until now, extreme conservatives referred to this ever-elusive document as the pending downfall of America, including the “institution of marriage,” but no one had ever seen it. Well, with my numerous “inside sources” which shall remain nameless, … Continue reading
I have watched Mary Poppins many times while growing up (and I still consider myself in the process of growing up), so I wasn’t sure what to expect when I saw the [off-] Broadway show on opening night in Spokane: … Continue reading
April 12, 2012 RE: SB 2231 Dear United States Senators: Credit unions have the opportunity to make a difference, but only if you support their efforts by passing S. 2231, raising the cap on how much they can lend to businesses. … Continue reading
I’m committing myself to three general, yet measurable, resolutions this year: health and wellness, finances, and career. Oh, and one *bonus* resolution: my approach towards dating. Health & Wellness Reduce my body fat percentage to around 15% Lose 10-20 … Continue reading