Tag Archives: Ted Talks

The Answer Is Simple But It’s Not Easy

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Are You A Winner?

I am not using the word winner in a Lombardian sense that we probably know—that winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing. Vince Lombardi never said, “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.” Although that is the quote most often … Continue reading

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Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?

Kids these days… all the time they spend plugged in to all those video games. Isn’t it terrible? Or is it? I am one of those parents that doesn’t limit my children’s time with the ipad, Wii or Xbox.  Yes, … Continue reading

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Being Of Two Cultures And Belonging To Neither

For the first time in my life, I am making a sketch in print of a problem that has been on my mind for quite some time now. It is a problem that I can’t avoid just because of the … Continue reading

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Men Are Like Steel. When They Lose Their Temper, They Lose Their Worth.

There certainly is no shortage of parenting books out there.  These books show you the latest and greatest tips for everything from getting your baby to sleep through the night to good behavior in general.  And, so often I am … Continue reading

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We Simply Cannot Afford To Forget That Nature Is Sexist.

Ok. I don’t like to come off as critical or judgmental but this topic, I believe, deserves some second thought. As one of the most powerful and richest women in the world Oprah’s statement that she has no regrets having … Continue reading

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If The Only Prayer You Ever Say In Your Entire Life Is Thank You, It Will Be Enough.

Does it seem strange to anyone else but me that the biggest shopping day of the year in the U.S. is the day after Thanksgiving? It’s kinda like we’re saying, “Let’s get this giving thanks stuff out-of-the-way and focus on … Continue reading

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The Only Thing That Interferes With My Learning Is My Education.

The new Federal education standards known as Common Core, are stirring up a big argument around the nation. The standards have been in existence for a while and are now becoming an issue because they are just recently being put … Continue reading

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Raw! Raw! Raw! That’s The Spirit! Right?

The raw food lifestyle has inspired an enthusiastic, soul-stirring movement across the globe and much of this excitement can be credited to Cherie Soria, who instructed and encouraged a host of devoted followers, entrepreneurs, and fledgling chefs. Fueled by her … Continue reading

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When The Music Changes, So Does The Dance

As we all know, Miley Cyrus was the conduit that brought twerking to the mainstream consciousness. This is unsurprising. A few months ago, Cyrus uploaded a YouTube video wearing a onesie and twerking to a song called “The Wop.” Frankly, … Continue reading

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