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Focusing on Each Moment for a Healthy Life


Learning to live in the moment is more than just filling the mind with something useful. The process of going from frustration and confusion to harmony and satisfaction is life changing. Read More »

America’s Long-Term Unemployed Can No Longer Be Ignored


Unemployment is not "Fun-employment." And to those that say otherwise, shame on you. Read More »

Mike Rowe’s Dirty Definition of Passion


We never grow out of the need to feel passionate about what we do. Read More »

In Europe, Few Jobs for the Old and Even Fewer for the New

European Youth Unemployment Cartoon

Europe should scrap the austerity mantra and concentrate its efforts on supporting unemployment relief, tax reform, and job creation. Read More »

Who Really Gains From Austerity?

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel

In, “Europe Should Stop Listening To Germany“, I very briefly mentioned the advantage Germany and other nations of the austerity chorus have over their southern counterparts thanks to skewed bond analysis employed by global markets. Part of the problem stems from the ability of each nation’s central bank to issue new debt, thus allowing markets to assess each issue state-by-state ... Read More »

BLS Reports 3.7 Million Open Jobs; Finding Yours

If you are among those struggling to find a job, here are a few services to help you in your search. Read More »

Tangled Up In Blue

I don’t feel clever anymore – and I used to. Read More »

It’s Time to Embrace Partisanship

Bipartisanship and compromise are dead. If we want a more effective Congress, we must embrace partisanship. Read More »

The Perils of Parents Trying to Rejoin the Workforce

It sucks to be treated as if being out of the workforce for a while means you're unfamiliar with computers, clocks, and indoor plumbing. Read More »

Old Beliefs Die Hard

Either because of emotions or socialization, old beliefs die hard. Read More »