Is Your Job Killing You?

*This is a guest post from OnlineUniversity.net The past 40 years have seen a lot of changes to the American lifestyle, including the way we work. People are sitting more, getting less exercise, engaging with computers on a daily basis, and finding new ways to get stressed out. So how has this shift in the […]

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Did you know that up until ten years ago, the scientific community believed that our human brains had as much capacity for knowledge – neurons – when we were born that we would ever have. But then in 2002, we found out differently. One rogue scientist found out that our brains can and do in […]

Do Three Things to Make You Smile

A recent Inc.com article discussed ways employers could help make their employees smile more, and thus become happier. I took that concept and turned it to how you can do the same for your own life. After all, you are the CEO of your life.

The Glory of March Madness

It is almost here. The Madness will soon be upon us. For those non-baketball fans out there who have no idea what I am talking about, March Madness is all about the unpredictability of 68 of the best men and women’s basketball teams playing each other over three weekends to find a national champion. Sure, […]

Mayor Dedor

Three days ago was yet another anniversary in my life. It is the day that I lost my campaign for Mayor of Mason City, Iowa. Oh, you didn’t know that? Back when I was 18 years old (yes, you read that right), I decided that I wanted to be crazy and run for public office. […]

Book Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

I am happy to say that I am no longer someone who hasn’t read Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. I can now talk to my former English teacher without shame. Of course, I’m sure she has another book for me to read, but I finished this assignment! While it may have taken me 28 […]