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Houston

Houston

It’s been several years since I’ve been to Houston. Last week, I got a last-minute opportunity to return for a brief visit. A day trip for work took me to the Post Oak area of the city, in one of its two downtowns. Yes, two.  Houston is stretched out to cover the two...

Piling up the Pennies

Piling up the Pennies

Have you ever felt like you were stuck on the financial black-hole hamster wheel? You know that sensation you have that you’re running in place to get ahead of the game only to realize that you are still only hovering inches above the financial sinkhole of suck? If...

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Working for a Living

Working for a Living

The fight for Work-from-Home privileges vs. Return-to-Office (RTO) mandates continues to rage and ravage the employment landscape. Workers are weighing the pros and cons of taking more pay to go into an office full time or in a hybrid flex model or find a way to...

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Manifesting Destiny

Manifesting Destiny

Have you ever felt stuck? You know that feeling that no matter what you do, how well you do it, or if you time it so well that Rolex wants to put you on the payroll, it is all just for not? The past decade, for me, has been an exercise of tar and feathering, on...

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Solo Travels

Solo Travels

I recently traveled to Pittsburgh, PA on business and realized how seldom I travel solo anymore. For almost a decade, I traveled alone regularly. Now mind you, I didn’t often venture too far. Except for a solo trip to Canada, all my ventures were domestic travel....

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Meowolf: Art and Culture

Meowolf: Art and Culture

Immersive art experiences are the latest creative craze flooding the entertainment marketplace. The opportunity to surround oneself with life-sized creations allows us to forget our woes, albeit temporarily, and sink into a wonderland of amazement. Since the world...

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Transitioning Back to a Home Office

Transitioning Back to a Home Office

Eighteen months ago, I made the decision to leave my comfort zone and go back into a hybrid work arrangement. Thinking I could handle it after two years of isolation at home during the pandemic, I gleefully decided to take a position that would push me further into my...

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Personal Training: Working it Out

Personal Training: Working it Out

Don’t you just hate when you plateau? After three years of intensive hot yoga and power walking 20K steps a day, I finally hit a wall. Workouts were suddenly not producing the results I wanted (and needed). I decided to take a short (OK, 3 months) break from my...

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Movie Review: Sound of Freedom

Movie Review: Sound of Freedom

For months now, I’ve been waiting for the release of Angel Studios movie Sound of Freedom, which explores one man’s story about the depths of human trafficking. Not a warm fuzzy heart feeling flick to be certain but one I truly believed I needed to see. The film deals...

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Home @ Work: Staying Relevant

Home @ Work: Staying Relevant

Remote work is not a new trend, regardless of how COVID ushered in the new flavor of working from home. Consultants, IT-ers, and entrepreneurs have worked remotely from home for decades without drama or the threat of returning to an office. Why then are corporations...

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