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November 26, 2014
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Why We Love Egg Nog

The holiday season is officially upon us. Nowhere is that more apparent than in your local grocery stores, where assuredly the typical Christmas-themed garbage has already been on display for several weeks. We do this every year and predictably so, … Continue reading

Fall

November 3, 2014
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Autumnal Darkness

The autumn season is in full swing and never is that more apparent than when people constantly remind you that it is, indeed, fall. Humans feel the need to fill silence with meaningless conversation and the annual onset of autumn … Continue reading

September 1, 2014
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Learning Moments, pt. 2: Labor Day

Labor Day is a strange holiday. Unlike the majority of contrived, superficial American celebratory days, Labor Day is not based solely around the idea of gift giving. Labor Day in modern times has become yet another day where people can … Continue reading

July 3, 2014
by Creed
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Learning Moments: The Fourth of July

Organic learning moments are so rare. When available, it is critical to capitalize on the natural opportunity to teach a child something without it seeming contrived, forced, or having been done as a reaction to some act of malfeasance. This … Continue reading

April 16, 2014
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The Mythical Creatures of Childhood, pt 3: Easter Bunny

As we move deeper into the pantheon of false childhood beings, the obviously sensational nature of these creatures takes a backseat due to the rewards they bring. Children can be bribed into believing almost anything. Because the fictional beings of … Continue reading

International Women's Day

March 6, 2014
by Creed
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America and International Women’s Day

America likes to be different. Throughout history, America has made a name for itself by going against the grain. However, most people are blinded to the irregularity of America simply because we live here. As we’ve been raised in this … Continue reading

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