Monthly Archives: January 2012

Occupy, what are thy (specific) goals?

A high school friend, an artist whom I admire, walks in the bitter cold with the Occupy Traverse City (MI) group. Reading her Facebook posts brings back memories of my own protest days that shaped my liberal worldview and my … Continue reading

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Twenty-something? Check out this link

OK, I do not believe in making private New Year’s resolutions (see my previous post), but this list of resolution ideas for Millenniums, shared by my 20-something friend Kelsey, is great…  and yes, I did send it to my 20-something son: http://thoughtcatalog.com/2012/20-new-years-resolutions-for-20-somethings/

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Do you believe in resolutions?

I used to believe in the power of resolutions. Sort of like the power of positive affirmations, or the idea that writing down goals increases the chances they’ll be achieved. Well, strike that last thought, because I am at the … Continue reading

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