How Hillary Herself Dried My Tears

Jessie Rosen - November 9, 2016

This is hard, but I always write on Wednesdays, and I’m not stopping despite my pain. I am a strong woman, like the first woman to win the popular vote in an American presidential election, Hillary Rodham Clinton.   This is a deeply disappointing day for our country and for me personally. I feel that anger, hate and division won. I feel that respect, decency and progress …

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The Checking-Out Series: The Big Problem with Big Corporations

admin - August 15, 2011

This latest post in The Checking-Out Series comes from FailedAtForty – a friend and blogger who is a bit outside the 20-Nothings age-range. Her thoughts come from being in the corporate world for her entire career, but the feelings are the same as many of us who have just started. Enjoy her story below, and please keep the submissions coming to Several months ago, …

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The Checking-Out Series: Being forced into a wrong corner by today’s economy

admin - August 1, 2011

Below is the latest in my series from guest-writers looking to purge their “I checked-out” stories for the betterment of us all. Today’s story comes to us from MLB and contains an interesting look into the state of the education system.. Enjoy, and please send your own tales my way – Although I haven’t “checked out” from my unhappy status-quo, for the past six …

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