Category Archives: human rights

The Olympics are Coming

(This post is dedicated to the Olympic’s biggest fan, EmYo!) Ok – so the Olympics are coming.  Do you know how I know?  The media circus has begun and Visa is exclusively advertising via Olympian endorsed commercials.  I like the … Continue reading

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A change of focus and my holiday gift guide

Would you believe it’s been almost 2 months since I last posted something!?  Reading my most recent post, I would have told you that it happened two weeks ago, but time has been FLYING up in here.  I work for … Continue reading

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The Government Shutdown Cancelled My Race

I’m supposed to be running the last few miles of a half marathon on the beach right now.  It was going to be my last race of the year (since I’m throwing in the towel on my full marathon in … Continue reading

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Something to think about when you do your holiday shopping

So, while I come from a family of very political people (both sides of the fence…on both sides of the family), I don’t consider myself to be a highly political person.  My personal views tend to fall somewhere in the … Continue reading

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Being Flexible (of mind and body)

There are riots in London, a devastating famine in the Horn of Africa, a quarter of my friends are unemployed, and we’re about the commemorate the 10th Anniversary of this country’s greatest national tragedy. Things are tough out there.  Sometimes … Continue reading

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