Tag Archives: change

Hacker Culture Becoming Mainstream?

Originally posted on Sociological Reasoning:
While writing review of two books: The Mastermind and Bad Blood, I noticed that organizations described in them consciously employed hacking as main ways to solve problems. In the case of the Mastermind, the entire enterprise where Paul le Roux built was centered around hack culture. He figured out various… Continue reading

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I need a little help to get by

Originally posted on A Moment In My Mind:
I don’t ask for help. I am just learning to ask for information I need for work or other things I may need answers too. This week of the flu and the revelations that lying in bed have provided has shown me that I need to ask… Continue reading

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Originally posted on arrowsup:
Every day of our lives brings something different. We don’t know what awaits us around the corner or what we’ll go through. There’s no way to predict how each day will go, who will walk into our lives, or what we’ll experience. Life is filled with uncertainties but no matter what… Continue reading

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Embracing My Inner Gypsy

Originally posted on * BigPolly *:
(Yes, those are totally my abs.) I was talking to a girl friend about a guy friend the other day.  She wanted details, as in:  is there any potential for this “friend” to become something more. “I don’t know,” I said.  I explained that he’s moved around a lot and seems… Continue reading

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Why it’s okay to let go of people as you grow

Originally posted on Tales of the Twenty-Somethings:
I’ll be the first to admit that change is something I find difficult. Perhaps the fact that I’ve known most of my best friends for over a decade (and I’ve become so used to their constant support, advice and friendship in that time) plays a role in this.… Continue reading

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Nothing is Absolute

Originally posted on Nothing is Absolute:
“Nothing is absolute, everything changes, everything moves, everything revolutionizes, all flies and goes.” This is life. Nothing is ever constant, relationships, people, and most importantly who you are is infinitely changing. This quote from my favorite artist, Frida Kahlo, brings me back to my college days, studying philosophy. You… Continue reading

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The Most Common Excuse

Originally posted on Defining Yellow:
“I don’t have time” – Everyone As much as we might hope or expect it to, life is not going to slow down so you can finally start your project, finish your book, take that trip or get some alone time. We all have the same amount of time in the… Continue reading

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VIP 1 on 1 Lifestyle Mentorship

Are you stuck and looking for a change in lifestyle? Creating a healthy lifestyle is hard work! When I announced my boss babe mentorship last week I had a lot of people reach out for the support but weren’t interested in the coaching opportunity. That’s when I realized there was a big need for community… Continue reading

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