Stop Micromanaging Your Creativity

Last week’s post on Why You Secretly Want To Fail (Or Why Sharing Your Creativity is Like the Dream Where You’re Naked) unraveled the idea of vulnerability and the personal rejection a Creative faces when their work is rejected. It prompted Tessa Zeng of the gorgeous new site Experiencing Revolution) to tweet Oh, the need to…

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Do Pharmacy Schools Have A Hidden Curriculum?

Changes must be made in our healthcare system. Healthcare professionals must be able to provide patient-centered care by working in interprofessional teams. This is redefining and expanding the roles of many health professions. For some disciplines, such as pharmacy, current practitioners may not feel qualified to instruct students and recent graduates in interprofessional care. There is…

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The Bank Never Goes Broke But You Can

I’ve never understood how any kind of anarchist, anti-corporate/profit motive dude, anti-economic-globalization, social justice champion, anti-sweatshop, or what-have-you activist can justify smoking. They all want to destroy, or at the very least change, “the man” yet will continue supporting “the man” in the most blatant way possible – SMOKING. Why, why don’t people make this…

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Why Some people get risk management and some people don’t

For awhile, I was writing for hours every day. And I don’t mean, organizing my e-mail inbox, twittering, getting distracted by my stumble button … I mean full-fledged pounding away at the keys, replacing my keyboard at the end of every day. All because somebody had the hare-brained idea of daring me, saying I couldn’t…

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Keeping The Family Happy

Wholesome Activities, Great Attitudes, and Higher Altitudes ACTIVITIES When we speak of family activities, what we’re really talking about is time together: both in quantity and quality. As hectic as our lives are, the key is to integrate into our family culture the types of activities that ensure we spend enough time together. Here are…

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The Biggest Lies About Money

Sometimes my husband calls me the bag lady when I’m running errands. It’s not what you think. No. I am not strolling the streets of Los Angeles totting bags of every fabric and material known to mankind. Eh, the last statement is probably somewhat true. A few years ago, many grocery stores started selling affordable…

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These Are Recession-Proof Businesses

I hope you like what I’ve done with the place. I have been struggling on and on about the theme and how I want Renaissance Blogger to be looking. Have I finally found a “perfect” theme? Probably not. But being code-impaired I need to settle on the creations of others. I hope that it is…

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