Category Archives: media

Why You Care About (insert celebrity here)

I am intrigued about the way technology intersects with the unspoken essence of loving connection. It leads me to a potentially crackpot theory…. Continue reading

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Who We Are In A Crisis

Does disaster crack us open to our better selves? Continue reading

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What’s To Love About Pinterest

5 great reasons to use Pinterest Continue reading

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Five Ways Frugal Living Benefits Kids

Living more simply provides lifelong advantages. Find out five ways that frugal living can benefit your family. Continue reading

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What Movies Tell Girls

How do movies portray women and girls? It’s not good news. Continue reading

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9 Amazing Reasons To Be Optimistic

Right now, our world situation gives us fantastic reasons to be optimistic. You probably didn’t know there’s less hunger, greater literacy, better health, and fewer wars across the world. It’s true. Continue reading

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Do You Suffer From Mean World Syndrome?

What makes people fearful, pessimistic and unable to gauge reality? Hint, it’s right there in your house. Continue reading

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When Girls Think Their Looks Mean Everything

Girls can stay strong and wholly themselves, not letting their looks define them. Continue reading

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Real Action Footage Hard to Find: World’s Most Powerful Force Rarely Filmed

* * * * * * * * Few talk about it. Fewer know much about its principles or how to apply them. Yet it has a profound impact, a long history and a reach nearly as wide as heaven. … Continue reading

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The Beauty of Ordinary People

“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” Einstein * * * * The world is full of ordinary, wonderful people. Ever since I learned about Randy Stang in Regina Brett’s Plain Dealer … Continue reading

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