5 New Ways to make New Years Resolutions

  Remember last year? When you promised yourself in 2015 that you would carry out the plans you made for the goals you set in 2014 based on everything you DIDN’T accomplish in 2013?? Me too. I’m 2 years into my marriage and have lost a total of 10 plus pounds of the 15 pounds…
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Martin: Talent Tech Officer

Hello all! My name is Martin Martinsburg. I am originally from Martinsburg, West Virginia. I studied Theatre and IT which has led me to my current journey as the Tech Talent Officer. People call me Martin the Man, The Martinsburg Monkey, Martin the Magnificent…any of these will do. I have a passion for computers, and…
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6 Things Every Military Spouse Should Know

We all know that military life is very different, but no one truly understands these differences until they are thrust into it. I learned a lot as I reflect on my first year as a spouse (Some things I learned the hard and embarrassing way.)           1. Motivation clothes apparently aren’t…
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In A Crowded Job Market Accreditation Matters

So here you are, human resource manager for a nationally recognized medical center. You’ve narrowed the selection of your next Medical Office Administrator down to two candidates. Work histories appear almost identical. Both earned their Medical Office Administrator certificate online. Candidate #1 graduated from a fully accredited college, while candidate #2 did not. Which would…
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The Veteran’s Spouse Project: I Will Wait Hits Forth Worth Stage

I Will Wait: The Veteran’s Spouse Project by Gregory Stieber and Amy Ball-Uptgraft opened at the Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab, in Fort Wayne, paying tribute to the men and women who stay at home, keeping their households and families together, while their husbands and wives fight for their country. The story begins in 1945 at…
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Bridging The Miles During Deployment

We are all storytellers with a story to tell. For over 27,000 years, since the discovery of the first cave paintings, humans have been sharing stories. They are the thread that connects us as human beings. And the secret weapon for military families for bridging the miles during times apart. Reminiscing shared stories together reinforces…
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