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Johnson O'Connor: Finding Your Purpose

How to discover, empirically, what fulfills you
Saturday, November 7, 2015, 3:33 PM

What should I do with my life?

As existential questions go, this one's a biggie. Each of us, to varying extents, continually wrestles with answering it as we make our way in the world.

But tackling such a big question is really hard, and often overwhelming for most of us. How do we know where to start? How do we know what we truly enjoy? What we're truly good at?  What truly fulfills us?

Having solid, science-based data points to help guide us in our our exploration and decision making would sure be useful. Especially with the big decisions, like what to study in school, what type of career path to choose, and how to play to our strengths in what we do. » Read more

Daily Prep

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Is there arsenic in your drinking water?

If you have a private well, get it tested!
Thursday, July 3, 2014, 2:37 PM

A good reminder that we need to be vigilant about the quality of our drinking water and have periodic checks of private water sources to ensure one's health and well being.

The article includes a nice interactive mapping feature to search for your location and get a baseline view of the issue. 


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