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A Look Forward to 2013...
The Paralysis of Freedom
Too many choices...
Hello, My Name Is Sam
Hello, my name is Sam...
Learning A Foreign Language (Part 2)
A brief history in language study...
2012 Annual Review
A complete look back at 2012...
Full Time vs Freelance Career
Control, Security, Money, and more...
Unbelievable, Untranslatable Words
A short list of unbelievable, untranslatable words...
9.5 Simple Habits to Make Your Life Better
Designed to be easy to implement and relatively powerful, here are tips for a better life.
For my next trip to Italy I'm planning a southern route. I'm Considering Sicily. A friend recently recommended the 90 minute ferry from Sicily to Malta. I've never been. Apparently its a small island country that has MUCH to
As a native English speaker with a history of learning Spanish, Portuguese, and French I was excited to learn Italian. In 2011, I thoroughly researched for best place to study Italian for 3 months. I ended up spending 6 weeks
I travel and work, full-time. Not everyone does. I am a software developer and am very comfortable with technology. Not everyone is. As you plan for travels, the tools you use may be far different than mine. Many things help
In Spring 2011, I was inspired to travel through Italy. I read a lot about work and life balance and how each culture views conscious life-style design. Italians are celebrated (especially in the South) for their hedonistic
You sent your resume and scored an interview. Now, will the interview make or break your chances? Depending on what list (this, that, etc...) you look at 'social phobia', 'fear of rejection', and 'fear of public speaking' are
In my career as a software developer I worked as an employee, a founding-team member of a startup, and a business owner. I currently own and operate Rivello Multimedia Consulting (RMC) - an app & game software development
This article covers practical skills for every day life that pay major dividends with minimal expense. Learning the techniques and setting up a plan to build them into your life will take some discipline. Give it 21 days
By BRAD STONE Karl and Dorsey Gude of East Lansing, Mich., can remember simpler mornings, not too long ago. They sat together and chatted as they ate breakfast. They read the newspaper and competed only with the television