A Doodler's Journey

A Doodler’s Journey

As a kid, I drew and doodled constantly. My high school notebooks were crammed with illustrations filling the margins and any blank spaces. As a graphic design major, I took a ton of drawing classes in college. Despite all of the warnings from my professors, after graduation I largely stopped drawing and sketching.

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5 Ways to Stay Positive in a Negative News Cycle

5 Ways to Stay Positive in a Negative News Cycle

Twenty years ago, most people kept up with events by watching a 30-minute local news broadcast and a 30-minute national or international news broadcast on TV each evening. They might also skim a local or national newspaper—or hear a one-minute headline wrap-up on the radio—each morning.

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The Cost of Convenience in Health Care

Stop me if you’ve heard this one…

You’ve worked all week while nursing what you think is bronchitis. Unable to take the time off work, you skip a trip to your primary care doctor and cross your fingers that the ailment clears on its own. continue reading →