Monthly Archives: January 2013

Ethics and Marketing…Is it Possible?

Data Collection Everywhere We all know our data is being taken and stored for some further use from one site to the next. When we click the like button on Facebook, when we enter a contest, when we subscribe to…really … Continue reading

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Fun Down the Slopes on a Budget

CNN may have 12 Fun Ways to Hit the Slopes Without Skis, but after reading the article, I thought not many people can afford the options they mention. What planet are they living on? Here’s my version of How to … Continue reading

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Resolutions…Do They Work?

Now into the second week of January, I notice many of the people that had made a laundry list of resolutions are already faltering in their convictions. This seems to be a common pattern year after year.  If true, why … Continue reading

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No Regrets

With the New Year upon us, we often reflect on the previous year’s mistakes, accomplishments, joys and sorrows.  Many of us look to what we could have changed or done differently.  Although these thoughts have crossed my mind, I found … Continue reading

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