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Give the Airlines Some Love

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Oh, how I love to travel. I love the going and the getting there, by car or air or whatever (except, boats, which can sometimes be not-so-fun for my head). Air travel is especially great because I get to do some of my most favorite things: reading, crossword puzzles, hanging…

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Are Some Comm Tools Morally Superior?

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There are lots of options for communicating today: Facebook, Skype, Twitter, SMS, Phone, Smoke Signals, Morse Code, and more. Skype has a new campaign that claims using Skype is a morally superior choice, because it doesn’t use lowly text-speak and it brings a closer connection to those you are talking…

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To Soothe or Not to Soothe

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I once lamented here that my life had become one big self-soothing gala. I was led by the siren song to soothe my soul upon the rocks of consumption. Today, I wrote about this dilemma in an article titled “Mixed Signals: The Starbucks Treat Mentality.” Can you relate to the…

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Sharpie Speaks My Language

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Pens speak a silent language that beckons my creative spirit. My creative spirit speaks Sharpie. I think that’s why the new Sharpie campaign was such a hit with me! So today I wrote about it in an article titled “Mixed Signals: A Creative Muse Named Sharpie.” What’s your creative bent?…

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A Message Stronger Than Fear

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Fear works for a short time to curtail our cravings, but what happens when that wears off? Whether it’s the affect of cigarettes or crepes, our cravings and delusions convince us we can overcome the negative consequences of our choices. Read more over at Christ and Pop Culture in my…

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