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So long, 2017! The new year needs to bring human compassion to the table

As 2017 draws to a close, I reflect on the year in so many ways.  It truly was a banner year in terms of personal and professional growth. I don't think I could be any more satisfied with how the year has progressed, and how it is now closing out. The year of you. In… Continue reading So long, 2017! The new year needs to bring human compassion to the table

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Eyes set to the west, a passion for skiing becomes reignited

As an avid skier on the east coast for my entire life, I have spent numerous days on the mountains of New England. My home mountain of Killington Resort has been my go to playground for the past ten years of my life with numerous weekly journeys to the winter wonderland that has always filled… Continue reading Eyes set to the west, a passion for skiing becomes reignited

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Autumn is coming, and you better be ready

I am beyond excited for the changing of the seasons to begin. It has been a long summer here in New England, and I think we're all about ready for it to change. Like, right now. C'mon, leaves, you can do it. Change colors already! Autumn is one of my favorite seasons. You know what… Continue reading Autumn is coming, and you better be ready

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Get the most out of life with a roadmap

You aren't getting any younger. That's a line that sticks out to me as I wander through life. So many of us go about our day to day lives trying to figure out where exactly we want to end up. We always say theres next year, but is there really? So many things can throw a… Continue reading Get the most out of life with a roadmap

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The things I’ve learned turning thirty

In my twenties, I thought I knew everything there was to know about life. I had graduated high school in 2004, college in 2014, and have been working a "big boy job" since the age of 21. With a path like that, you would think I would have known what turning 30 would truly be… Continue reading The things I’ve learned turning thirty