Yours, Mine, and Ours: Favorite Posts from 2013:

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My Favorite Blogs of 2013 As a blogger and avid blog reader, there are always posts that stand out from the rest. These are the posts that mean something to me as a reader, and obviously meant something to the writer. As I was reviewing my past Weekly Reader posts, trying to complete the difficult […]

Weekly Reader: Wednesday Wisdom from the Web

Have you ever read a great book, seen an inspiring movie, or heard a great joke, and thought, “I’ve got to share that!” Of course you have! Here are a few things from my Reader in the last week (or two) that inspired and motivated me, made me happy, sad, and angry, made my stomach […]

Weekly Reader: Running Into Inspiration

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Have you ever read a great book, seen an inspiring movie, or heard a great joke, and thought, “I’ve got to share that!” Of course you have! Here are a few things from my Reader in the last week that inspired and motivated me, made me happy, sad, and angry, made my stomach growl, and […]

Weekly Reader: Autumn (Almost) Inspiration

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Have you ever read a great book, seen an inspiring movie, or heard a great joke, and thought, “I’ve got to share that!” Of course you have! Here are a few things from my Reader in the last week that inspired and motivated me, made me happy, sad, and angry, made my stomach growl, and […]

#IDEAWorld Recap, Part 1: Bo Eason

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Just in case you missed my first #IDEAWorld update post, The People, you can find it here. You know that a speaker made an impression when they become the standard by which all other speakers are judged. It is a rare occurrence, and when it happens, you want to hold on to the experience, relive […]

Weekly Reader: Trying to Find Inspiration

Inspiring Boston

It has been a while since I’ve posted my Weekly Reader, but something about the events in Boston on Monday sent me searching for inspiration. Believe it or not, there is a lot to be found, right there on Boylston Street. I heard stories of runners, who after finishing running 26.2 miles, continued to run […]