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It’s quiz time!

If you’re in the mood for a fun quiz, check out Adobe’s My Creative Type.

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Becoming a minor expert

Whatever the subject, being a “minor expert” can be really gratifying and a lot of fun.

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An ode to my Caboodles

There is something about a Caboodles case that always made me feel powerful. And I suspect I’m not the only one.

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Feeling the gap

“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me.”

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An Introvert’s Guide to Saving the World

Don’t assume other people see the same things that you see.

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You need a Saturday tub

Let me set the scene. It’s Saturday afternoon, and you are determined to power through your consistently mile-long list of tasks around the house. You decide that it’s FINALLY time to hang that holiday photo you had framed three months ago and that’s been sitting on a side table in the living room ever since, […]

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Some of the voices in my head, part I

If you’re interested, here are a few of the voices that I love and that help me to remember this world is a good place and there are always people paying attention.

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30 Posts Hath September…or June, in this case.

Now you may be thinking, “crap on a cracker, Jenna, that’s THIRTY posts, and you’ve posted less than ten times in the last FOUR YEARS. This is never going to happen.”

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Our Strengths Are a Distraction

The world has a love affair with pointing out a person’s strengths and weaknesses. They just adore telling us that to get ahead (whatever that means) we need to learn to maximize our strengths instead of focusing on our weaknesses. People say it a lot, they write it a lot, and it irritates me…a lot. […]