Monthly Archive: July, 2016

Want to Build a Great Career? Start with Your Community.

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If you were to search the Internet for advice on how to build a successful career, you’d find all kinds of different tips. Some would focus on the importance of personal branding, others… Continue reading

How to Master the Art of Unconference-ing

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You’ve probably heard the word “unconference” bouncing around among colleagues and friends, or you’ve seen it to describe daylong events. For those of you wondering what on earth they’re about and how to… Continue reading

Call It Supper: Grilled Flank Steak Pinwheels

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“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” (Virgina Woolf) At Call It Supper, we try to find as many opportunities to grill as possible. However, we are… Continue reading

The Truth about Sexual Crimes

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The news thrives on scandal, especially sexual scandal. Although a great portion of this news is just trashy celebrity gossip, there are always horrible stories that surface about sex crimes. And, as many… Continue reading

City Guide: Where to Go and What to Eat in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

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San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico, and Old San Juan (Viejo San Juan) is its historic district, dating back to the Spanish colonization and occupation of the island. A popular destination… Continue reading

Health: more than just bananas and treadmills

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Health-good health that is- is often defined by a few known practices markedly constructing our thoughts and actions into being to provide an almost translucent pathway to well-being.  While incorporating 30 minutes of… Continue reading