The Power of Creative Procrastination

Want to get more done? Stop engaging in unconscious procrastination and start practicing creative procrastination. What’s the difference? Let’s find out.

ASL Interpreter Stories

Over the years, both my wife and I have interpreted for a lot of different situations, ranging from education, medical, mental health, therapy, police departments to name a few. Johnni discusses why she really enjoys interpreting for the community, hospitals, and clinics while I on the other hand talk about why I enjoy educational interpreting …

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A Rare Gift

Every four years we are gifted with the one thing we all need most, time. Time really is our most precious resource, and this year we are gifted with an extra 24 hours, a whole extra day’s worth of time.  This is an incredible opportunity to do the things that you have always wanted to do …

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Top 5 Books of 2019

For those that may not know, I might as well admit it now, I am a voracious reader. I had set up the goal at the beginning of the year of reading 100 books in 2019. Although I didn’t quite reach that number this year, I did get through over 70 of them (you can …

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Award Winning Book

Recently, Julie Gorges’ book “I’m Your Daughter, Julie” has been receiving some high praise. I previously did an article about the book which you can read here, but I’d like to highlight what Marianne Sciucco said about the book in her article “AlzAuthors 3rd Annual Caregiver Appreciation Month“. “I’m Your Daughter, Julie: Caring for a …

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Dear Parents …

Let’s get serious for a minute.  According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), about 3 out of every 1,000 children born in the United States are born with detectable hearing loss. This amounts to approximately 200,000 children across the country with hearing loss. The more surprising statistic may be that …

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