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What is GISH? Be In-The-Know.

What is GISH? Be In-The-Know.

What is GISH? GISH, the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen, is a wacky, weird international online-based scavenger hunt. GISHers spend one week on a team of 15 individuals, racing to compete while they complete a 200+ list of projects. Points matter to some. Fun matters to all. Celebrating its tenth year, … Continue reading

Inherited Trauma

Inherited Trauma

Yesterday, at the hospital in my neighborhood, a man left a package with the words, “Inherited trauma,” written on it. I had an appointment in one of the outer buildings on campus and was notified by phone to use an alternate route. The main hospital was on lock down and there was an substantial police … Continue reading

Still Dreaming – Remembering the March on Washington –

Still Dreaming – Remembering the March on Washington –

Today marks the 50th anniversary on the March on Washington. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. dared to dream out loud, creating non-violent social change using the power of words. This was a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights Movement. As a country, America still has more work to do in achieving equality for all … Continue reading

Work-from-home Jobs and Secondary Incomes

Work-from-home Jobs and Secondary Incomes

Secondary Income for the Unemployment, Under-employment, and Under-staffed The current state of the economy has really impacted many of my family and friends. From unemployment to under-employment, people are experiencing the paycheck-to-paycheck way of life. Additionally, those who are employed full-time are often working for companies that are under-staffed and utilize skeletal crews. The message … Continue reading