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success is a slingshot, not a bullet

Well, this was bound to happen eventually; a Dennis the Menace reference. After all, people ignore the TK and think my first name is Dennis everywhere I go anyway. So growing up I had a ton of people always asking me if I liked Dennis the Menace. Truthfully, I never saw the super old show that preceded my life altogether by many years, but I did actually like the movie that came out when I was a kid. The coolest thing about Dennis the Menace was those sick maneuvers he could pull with that slingshot of his.

I couldn’t have been more than six years old when I finally got a slingshot of my own. Likewise, I had every kind of NERF gun, laser tag apparatus, and plastic gun a growing boy could ever want. It didn’t take long for me to recognize the strengths and weaknesses of all my different bad guy destroying weapons. It was fun to dress up like a soldier and wear my grandfathers old Army uniforms around the house with my plastic guns in my holsters. I always knew none of the weapons I had with me were real though. I knew that it wasn’t easy to get a gun if my parents even allowed me to have one since I live in New Jersey. To my grandparents delight, this means I would carry around harmless plastic toys that couldn’t do a bit of damage to anything.

This is where things get interesting.

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is coffee good for you?

Ever wonder where that phrase came from – A Cup of Joe? One theory I found on Snopes stated how the word “Joe” means the average guy. Sort of like saying: “I’m just an average Joe.” So a drink involving the word Joe would show that the drink is for the average person.

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am i worthless? – measuring the value of a dirty dollar bill

It’s ironic that the love of money is the root of so much evil in the world, yet that very same love could very easily show you just how valuable you are. Don’t get me wrong. Loving money is a very bad idea, and a complete waste of time. However, there is a pretty valuable lesson wrapped around that dirty money sitting in the bottom of your pocket if you just look close enough.

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five things i would tell my teen / 20-something self – part 3

do you have a relationship from your past that makes you cringe when you think about it?

One that makes you go, “oh god, what was I ever thinking?! Clearly I wasn’t thinking!” Yeah, I’m sure you do, most of us do. I have quite a few, however, the good news is that I learned so many lessons from each one and I’m here to share a piece of those experiences with you. If I could go back in time and tell my teen – 20 something self a few of those lessons, the advice would be invaluable. Anyone have a time machine?

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why tracking what you eat leads to success

“I am eating healthy and working out and yet I still cannot to lose weight.” This is something I hear quite often and to be honest I cannot point the finger because I am guilty of it myself. I also have heard “Eating healthy is just too hard.” This is one of my favorites, “I will never be fit because I am predispositioned to be overweight. Everyone in my family has dealt with weight issues so it’s something I cannot change.” Now this is something that you may not want to hear, but if this is you, I am going to tell you right now, they are all excuses.

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life lessons

“Give the world the best you have and the best will come back to you.” This is one of my favorite quotes of all time, and before ending college, I truly believed that the world was going to give me the very best of it every day. However, in the last several months, looking for a job that fits all my personal and professional goals, has led me to doubt whether this quote can be true or not.

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