What is a Digital Footprint?

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In the computer world lies a different kind of ‘being’…its technology at its finest; so what is a digital footprint? It’s a trail that one leaves behind online. Everything we do online has a trail, whether you’re posting views or uploading photos … [Read more...]

The Difference between Habits and Mistakes

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Making mistakes is a natural part of life. It allows us to grow as an individual, while teaching valuable life lessons, it’s important to learn from them as they help mold us as to who we are today and who we may become. Identifying the mistake made … [Read more...]

America Awaits its New President

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It’s been a tough year for the American people, with violence creeping up throughout its’ states and politicians arguing amongst themselves, we are all bracing as to who will be our next elected president; as neither are the right candidates for this … [Read more...]

Aircraft Evacuations (What Not to Do)

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On Friday, October 28th 2016, American flight #383 (Boeing 767) departing Chicago O’Hare international Airport had aborted take-off, as an “uncontained” failure was reported in the right engine; according to the ongoing investigation. Passengers saw … [Read more...]

Excuses People use for Work

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Work…the four letter word people don’t like to think about. It’s the crack of dawn, and the alarm sounds off…you can hardly open your eyes but you reach for the alarm to shut it off. Then that feeling of dread comes over you, and you know you have to … [Read more...]

Distracted Drivers

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One of the worst problems among drivers today is distracted driving; those who are doing everything and anything behind the wheel of their automobile, except paying attention to the road. All too often we end up behind someone who is driving … [Read more...]

The Etiquette of Personal Space

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Personal space is something we all need, whether it’s at our jobs, in our homes, with our partners or wanting some space while waiting in a public line…it shows a bit of respect. Being territorial is part of nature; animals as well as people all … [Read more...]

Protecting Your Family’s Identity

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Identity theft is a growing problem in the U.S. according to the Federal Trade Commission, but for those of us that put ourselves out there via internet, the more likely we are to fall victim of this crime. Social Media opens the door to online … [Read more...]

Political Views and Social Media; A Source for News Distribution

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Who would have ever thought social media would become a hot source for newsworthy stories, not-to-mention… strong, opinionated political views this year. It seems that the millennials are found to be among the top users when it comes to the latest … [Read more...]

Signs of Being a Risk Taker

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Many successful people today are risk-takers (those that take chances in their careers, and sometimes in their personal lives). There’s a fine line though, so while it’s possible it may come with consequences… if the risk doesn’t pay off, it also … [Read more...]