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Journeys with Julie-A Life Without Grades

In school, how well or poorly you were doing was easily measured by the grades you received in class. An “A” meant that you should keep up the good work while a C or below usually meant that there was … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- HOW are you?

How are you? It’s something we say as we pass someone on the street or greet a friend at a party. Those who answer generally keep their responses short and positive. Choices are limited to, “good/well” (depending one’s adherence to … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- My Take on the F Word

As someone who often speaks out about issues related to women’s rights, I’m often deemed a feminist by my friends and family. However, I’ve always shied away from this title, preferring not to be labeled at all.  Frankly, I just … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- Food Harmony

One topic I have avoided ‘till now is my relationship to food. A love/hate kind of thing, food has always been one of my biggest struggles. It is also a subject I have a lot of difficulty talking about. However, I’ve always … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- Something to be Learned from Marina Keegan

Rather than write my own blog this week, I decided to share one inspiring article that has been circling the webosphere this week. “The Opposite of Loneliness” was written by Marina Keegan, a 2012 graduate of Yale University.  Sadly, Keegan … Continue reading

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