Literature As A Lost Art


I have hundreds of wonderful memories revolving around my family or connected to my family in some way. I was blessed with a safe and happy childhood, a luxury that many are not afforded. Honestly, it’s difficult to choose a specific memory that I could call my favorite, simply because there are so many. If […]

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Reading “The Last Days of Video”


When I saw this book at my local library, I immediately knew I was going to love it. The VHS tape cover art combined with the title’s reference to the seminal film “The Last Days of Disco” kicked my nostalgia senses into overdrive. This book grabbed me and said to me over and over “Be Kind […]

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How One Man Found Happiness Through Meditation


Dan Harris differs from other reporters in his willingness to open up about his emotional setbacks. In his book 10% Happier, Harris provides a humorous, self-deprecating approach to detailing his discovery of a practical solution for taming the voice in his head – the voice he had been struggling with his whole life. What brought his book to […]

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Are YOU using your Whole New Mind?


It’s been almost a decade since the publication of Dan Pink’s book, A Whole New Mind: Why Right Brainers Will Rule the Future. And for almost a decade, it stands as a hidden gem. In his eye-opening book, the reality of the “Future” Pink spoke of in his writing validated his arguments years after it was written. There is […]

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