Monthly Archives: April 2015

What does the internet say about you?

It turns out you don’t need to take a nude photo and post it on Facebook to earn a bad reputation.  You just need a presence on the internet. I discovered this when I was looking for the phone number … Continue reading

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Collective memories and avoiding regrets

Psychologists say it’s important to stay connected to friends as we age. Recently, I figured out a good reason why. I reconnected with friends I knew starting in kindergarten. We spent three days at a cabin in the woods reminiscing … Continue reading

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“Fireworks in your brain”*

This is the first and probably the last time I’ll ever quote Marilyn Manson, but since my topic is music, this one fits right in. “Music is the strongest form of magic.” I’ve written about the positive effects of listening … Continue reading

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