Archive for November, 2014

Plan and Balance: The Key to a Great Thanksgiving

CorneliusLast Thanksgiving I went to my Mom’s house and ate dinner. As mothers often do, she made sure that I eat enough to be more than full. After that, out of consideration for other family members, I travelled to my sister’s home and started Thanksgiving #2. Finally, I went to my friend’s house and ended the day eating and drinking even more while enjoying everyone’s company.
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Giving Thanks…for a Disability?

DavidDuring the holidays, many people take time to reflect and give thanks. I am one of those people, and something I’m thankful for is my disability. Over the years, a majority of folks I know have wondered how I can be thankful for my disability. Now don’t get me wrong – if there was a cure, I’d be interested to learn about it, but the truth is that I AM thankful for my disability, and not just because I always get a good parking space.
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Veteran’s Day 2014

On November 11th, Veteran’s Day, we commemorate the service of past and present military men and women. To honor their sacrifices, many communities hold parades and some businesses offer special discounts.

In addition, veterans who are looking for work can attend job fairs specifically designed to help veterans transition their military experience into the civilian world. Here are three job fairs for veterans to pay attention to and attend:
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Let your Light-Saber Shine

CorneliusTips for a Successful Job Search

I’m a huge fan of the Star Wars films. Now, I admit that even the thought of this topic for a blog makes me seem like a nerd, and that’s perfectly fine with me. I am cool and confident enough to accept the title of “nerd.”

You might be wondering what connection Star Wars could possibly have to job searching?
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