🔍Read Full Article The Myth of the Millennial Generation

New The Myth of the Millennial Generation

0 Comments 🕔13:48, 25.Mar 2014

I was recently contacted by Julie Sweet, the associate editor at onlinempadegrees.com and she asked that I share an infographic her and her colleagures recently created. The infographic presents information about how Generation Y is an especially civic minded generation, despite the hardships they face in finding a job in today’s economy. Onlinempadegrees.com was established in partnership with the UNC School of Government to be a helpful resource for aspiring public administration and government professionals. Our goal is to

🔍Read Full Article Software Advice’s BAE Principles

Software Advice’s BAE Principles

3 Comments 🕔09:53, 26.Sep 2013

Recently, Software Advice wrote on their Bad-Ass Execution Principles -- a modern take on the classic guide to organization by David Allen, Getting Things Done. They’ve taken a proactive approach to prioritization and organization and have updated the principles to reflect the use of web-based applications like Basecamp, Gmail and Google Calendar. Getting Stuff Done Around the office, Software Advice uses a more colloquial expression, but you get the gist of it. Write it down. If you want to

🔍Read Full Article The Generation of No Homeownership

The Generation of No Homeownership

0 Comments 🕔12:40, 23.Sep 2013

Generation Y may be the first generation to shun the social norm and social pressures of homeownership. Face it, it has been drilled into us from day one that the American dream is built around the family and the family is built around the white picket fence, which surrounds the home the family owns. Now, there are pros and cons to owning and not owning a home and voicing opinion in favor of one or

🔍Read Full Article Les Cailloux 13th arr Paris, Linguine Citron

Les Cailloux 13th arr Paris, Linguine Citron

1 Comment 🕔18:04, 17.Sep 2013

Paris. Oh, Paris. There is so much to love about this city and food of course takes center stage. Italian food can be found anywhere. It's almost as prevalent as Chinese restaurants; a few in every town no matter the size of the town. However, not all Italian food is created equal. In fact, I'd venture to say that over 90% Italian places suck. Yup, 90%. Suck. Hard. Anyway, I'm not going to go into one

🔍Read Full Article 50 Inspiring Travel Quotes

50 Inspiring Travel Quotes

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1. “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain 2. “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine 3. “There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign.” – Robert Louis Stevenson 4. “The use of traveling is to regulate imagination by reality, and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them as they are.” – Samuel Johnson 5. “All the pathos and irony of leaving one’s youth behind

🔍Read Full Article Never, Never Move Closer to Work

Never, Never Move Closer to Work

0 Comments 🕔21:40, 13.Sep 2013

I hear it all the time, my commute sucks. I need to move closer to work. I drive too much. Traffic sucks. Gas prices are killing me. Road rage is taking years off my life. All the time I hear these people bitch about this crap...in many of the cases it's the voices in my head, but I bet there are others out there. Few us have the luxury of living in a locations where walking,


Cha Cha Cha Changes, Thank you, David Bowie

0 Comments 🕔15:24, 13.Sep 2013

I'm back after a year hiatus and new, exciting and those clichè things are to follow. So sit back, grab a drink--if you need to ask if it's too early for alcohol you're on the wrong site and we're no longer friends--and I should be done with the redesign this weekend should my OCD, perfectionist self allow me to. Then, oh boy then. The article to follow. The food and travels this past summer and