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Collaboration is easier said than done. In fact, it’s easier thrown around as a buzz word than even defined. I turned to Wikipedia, which suggests that, “Collaboration is a recursive[1] process where two or more people or organizations work together … Continue reading

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Two exciting things to report. Speaking of which, I have written a brief but personally important letter to my former AP English teacher, whom I still hold in the highest regard about the word “thing.” Dear Ms. Kahn, I’m writing … Continue reading

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the dirty dozen

Here’s an interesting article about the dozen “dirty” fruit and vegetables that are most contaminated by pesticides and retain them after washing and peeling. Unfortunately, strawberries are on the list! Fortunately, they also provide you with the “clean fifteen.” Thankfully, … Continue reading

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