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How to Not Spend a Million Dollars on Food When You Travel

When planning a trip one of the biggest expenses you start to see while researching is how much you expect to spend on food. What some may not realize is you can cut out much of those unnecessary expenses by planning a bit ahead. Richard and I have made it a habit to pack nonperishable… Continue reading How to Not Spend a Million Dollars on Food When You Travel

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Getting To Know The Dead

by Richard Furleigh “There’s two types of people in my life, those who I knew before Alyssa passed away, and those who never knew her.” - Kenneth Burleigh, father-in-law Sadly, I fall into that second category. For those of you who may not know, Kristen had a sister, Alyssa. The car accident that took her… Continue reading Getting To Know The Dead

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Hubris

“It's often foolish pride that tells us we're not wrong” - What If I Was Nothing? by All That Remains (one of my favorite hard rock love songs, who says headbangers can’t have feelings too?!) When it comes to relationships I feel pretty confident in saying that this one thing more than almost anything else… Continue reading Hubris

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YOU Can Be the Key to Innovation

It is not always easy to be different but it is important to embrace your different. No one has your exact story or your experiences in life. You should bring those with you on any project or any job that you do. You have a unique story so don't forget to utilize your differences to… Continue reading YOU Can Be the Key to Innovation

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She said , “We don’t want to have kids…”

At least that's the thought right now. Kids might be cool...One day...Maybe? We often get the "Oh, you will want kids one day" or the "Kids are the best thing to every happen to you" cliches. I am not so sure. We have time if we change our minds and right now I know I don't want… Continue reading She said , “We don’t want to have kids…”

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Identifying Hypocrisy

by Richard Furleigh Hypocrites. Everyone claims to hate them, yet not a single one of us (myself included) are free from this title. Our intentions may be one thing however time and time again our words and actions betray us as hypocritical. The book “Building The Bridge As You Walk On It” by Robert E… Continue reading Identifying Hypocrisy