Category Archives: Reading

Paris Blues: Movie Review

While Positively Purging a  little sliver of a magazine clipping fluttered onto my office floor that read “My favorite movie is Paris Blues.” I looked for the film on Netflix and Amazon Prime and was unable to find it- luckily, … Continue reading

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The Graybar Hotel

I honestly don’t know how I came by the book The Graybar Hotel . I do know I didn’t finish it. I stopped at page 108 (seven short stories in- okay, I skipped one) out of 210 pages. The author … Continue reading

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Advocacy

What are you advocating for Molly Kathcpole, creator of an online petition that received more than 3000,000 signatures and pressured Bank of America to drop a proposed $5 debit card fee:  I had just graduated college, my loans were coming due, … Continue reading

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How to Study your Business

My first job as a fashion assistant required me to visit the warehouse monthly to help with shipping. It wasn’t glamours, but later, when I launched my own business-for the second time- I knew how to assemble a box, lay … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Patients deserve Execution

The headline jumped out at me like a bright neon elephant in print: “Dementia Argument Delays Execution.” Dementia and execution are two words that should never be placed in the same sentence. The associated press had my attention. I settled … Continue reading

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