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Heather Morrison

Political Campaigns in the Digital Age

Tis’ the season much of the general population dread.  No, I’m not talking about having to sit through another Thanksgiving dinner with your in-laws.  It’s Presidential election season and that can only mean one thing.  Political ads galore!  We will mute the TV, turn down the radio, look the other way as we pass a …

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The Morning Paper

I still remember my parents getting the morning paper and looking forward to that tangible source of information about what was going on in the world.  It was a gateway beyond our little bubble of seclusion.  Men would meet at the local coffee shop, simply to discuss the morning’s paper and the political ramifications it …

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No, I’m not talking about a steamy love scene on some soap opera that pushes the boundaries of what is acceptable imagery on prime time TV.  I’m talking about the passion you bring to your job, to your life…. what you are passionate about.   Let’s start with defining passion. There are a lot of variations, …

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X Marks the Spot

Did you ever have a treasure map when you were a kid? Maybe one with the footprints to denote the correct path to follow and clues to be deciphered along the way. Perhaps your mom buried chocolate coins in a box, and made a map with clues about its location that provided hours of adventure …

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You Get What You Pay For

Have you ever stayed in one of those low budget hotels in an effort to spend as little money as you can? I think it’s safe to assume that we all have, at one time or another, and for one reason or another. They are usually highly accessible, provide bare bones amenities, and typically have …

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