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Avoiding the Trap of More, More, More

In 1950, the average new home was 983 square feet. In 1960, that grew to 1,200 square feet. 1970? 1,500 square feet. Fast forward to 2018, and we’re at 2,300 square feet. The 1950’s version of ourselves would walk the streets of generic suburban America and assume everyone was living in mansions and had achieved…

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How to Stop Technology from Taking Over Your Life

A good friend and fellow creative and entrepreneur recently eliminated all social media from his life. About his experience, he wrote the following: It’s really eye-opening just how much of our lives many of us “live” on social media, trapped in an alternate reality we don’t even realize we’re in most of the time. I…

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Stop Asking “Can We?”; Start Asking “Should We?”

“The 15 minutes…are those consecutive minutes?” asked Theresa, a Paulding County board of education member. Theresa was wrestling with the problem staring her in the face. The Georgia Department of Health requires schools to classify anyone who has been within 6 feet of one another for longer than 15-minutes as a “close contact.” If you…

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