What’s Happening To The Stock Market?

What’s Happening To The Stock Market?

It’s been nearly impossible to avoid getting caught up in the hysteria and scare over the nearly two week long day-to-day market sell-off we experienced. Looking at these events after the fact, we can accredit...

published: 08/26/2011

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Carpal Tunnel: Is Your Keyboard The Culprit?

Carpal Tunnel: Is Your Keyboard The Culprit?

We all spend innumerable hours typing on keyboards. The keyboards may be real, or in the case of iPhone-loving hipsters viewing their touch-screens through neon-framed sunglasses, they may be virtual. A sheep sends an email...

published: 06/10/2011

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The U.S. Is In Serious Debt And You Should Care

The U.S. Is In Serious Debt And You Should Care

Stop the political games, its time to get serious, Congress. I usually try to frame these articles within the context of personal finance, but I’ve found myself becoming increasingly annoyed....

published: 06/03/2011

comments: 2


Stimulated Sheep: Adderall Use in the Office

Stimulated Sheep: Adderall Use in the Office

Do you remember yourself at age six? I certainly recall those glorious days as an era of classical romanticism. I was driven by my lust for life. My days were simple yet fulfilling. I awoke...

published: 04/22/2011

comments: 4


A Lil’ Love to a Local Boutique

A Lil’ Love to a Local Boutique

My last story was about the huge, worldwide fashion conglomerate, Uggs. But today, I focus on a smaller, neighborhood joint. A few years ago, I accidentally met Sine Hjort through a friend and started working...

published: 02/25/2011

comments: 1


How to Beat that 2:30 Feeling

How to Beat that 2:30 Feeling

The first year of physician residency training is to mental endurance what the Ironman triathlon is to physical endurance. You constantly feel as if you are overwhelmed, futility is evident in the majority of your...

published: 02/11/2011

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Setting Financial New Years Resolutions

Setting Financial New Years Resolutions

HAPPY NEW YEAR! OK, I’m a bit late, but this is our first column of the 2011. I’m excited to be back and happy that many of you have continued to follow me and these...

published: 01/28/2011

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Things You Need to Do After the Interview

Things You Need to Do After the Interview

After all that hard work you put into dressing to impress and answering all those difficult questions, what should you be doing after a job interview? Sure, you can treat yourself, but I wouldn’t celebrate...

published: 01/21/2011

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UGGs: To Buy or Not To Buy?

UGGs: To Buy or Not To Buy?

That is the question. Uggs — if you have been living under a house or in a bunker in preparation for 2012 the last few years — is a shoe company that make these really...

published: 01/14/2011

comments: 6


How Do I Buy A House?

How Do I Buy A House?

It may come as no surprise when I tell you that interest rates are low. Not only are they low, they’ve been that way for a while, and all signs suggest they will remain that...

published: 12/10/2010

comments: 1


You’re Hired! Now What?

You’re Hired! Now What?

Go on, be ecstatic…you deserve it! Getting hired is definitely an achievement. But after the celebration, it’s time to step back and plant your feet firmly to the ground and remind yourself that this is...

published: 12/03/2010

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Leggings Are The New Pants – Get Used To It

Leggings Are The New Pants – Get Used To It

Are you one of those people who just hasn’t figured fashion out yet? I’m assuming that because you’re reading this article. Perhaps you are hoping to pick up a little fashion nugget, which ironically, is an...

published: 11/19/2010

comments: 1


You Versus The Flu: Coming Out On Top

You Versus The Flu: Coming Out On Top

Sure, you've seen those corny flu posters at work. But here's the 6 most important things you can do to avoid the flu at...

published: 11/12/2010

comments: 4


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