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Wendy’s World: Take It Slow

I have always been a workaholic.  I like doing things, and I like staying busy.  In fact, it’s hard for me not to be doing something.  I know that this characteristic has always been a problem of mine, but I never … Continue reading

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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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Wendy’s World: Be Confident and Speak

The other day, I read an interesting article by Maura Kelly that discussed how “a mere 20%” of women write op-ed articles compared to men.  Although I wasn’t aware of this information, I wasn’t surprised. I can’t speak for all … 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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Wendy’s World: An Important Lesson Learned in Vietnam

Wow!  So this summer, I am interning with a non-governmental organization in Hanoi, Vietnam, and I have already been in Hanoi for one week.  It has been amazing so far. Although I have only been here for a short amount … Continue reading

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