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12/28/2015
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Comic: New Year's Resolutions

Making a resolution in the New Year to improve your career makes sense. This one, not so much.

A resolution not worth keeping.

Brian Moore is a cartoonist and illustrator. His first brush with the world of IT was a very part-time gig applying software patches on a TRS-80 Model III. The patches were about four lines long and arrived in the mail, typed on letterhead. He has since moved on to computers ... View Full Bio
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Joe Stanganelli
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2/2/2016 | 6:29:54 PM
Re: While we're at it...
@StaceyE: ...So, Coke is better for you then?

;)  jk
StaceyE
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1/31/2016 | 5:42:19 PM
Re: While we're at it...
Little things turn into big changes. I lost 15 pounds when I stopped drinking pepsi!
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1/31/2016 | 5:39:14 PM
Re: While we're at it...
Haha...very true!
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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1/17/2016 | 1:53:50 PM
Re: While we're at it...
I thought mankind invented work so we could get away from our families in the first place!  ;)
Joe Stanganelli
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1/17/2016 | 1:51:35 PM
Re: While we're at it...
I find I tend to make personal improvements when they're less dramatically determined; rather, the big steps tend to happen quietly through making tiny progressions routine.

For instance, in the past couple of months I've almost completely cut out sugary soda from my diet.  Now I have some once in a blue moon, but I've replaced those cravings with flavored seltzer water and Diet Coke (granted, the latter isn't exactly a health elixir, but it's a lot better than the tons of sugar in a regular soda).  Through these small steps, I not only feel better about what I'm doing for my long-term health, but I've managed to lose close to 9 pounds without even trying.
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batye,
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1/1/2016 | 11:20:18 PM
simple in my case...
my is very simple... less stress more healthy way to work :) 
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batye,
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1/1/2016 | 11:18:28 PM
Re: While we're at it...
@impactnow, interesting to know, I think it a good idea...
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batye,
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1/1/2016 | 11:17:37 PM
Re: While we're at it...
@StaceyE, good idea :) , but me and my wife we have saying if you wanna God laught - tell him about your plans :)...
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12/31/2015 | 4:09:57 PM
Re: While we're at it...
I like your take on resolutions. I try to set daily and weekly goals. Just little things I would like to accomplish in addition to my normal daily routines. It is more satisfying to me to have a a bunch of small successes (or failures) than one big failure...lol
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12/31/2015 | 4:07:13 PM
Re: While we're at it...
I like how you set a probablity along with your resolutions...at least you are being realistic in the likelihood of the resolutions success....well done.... lol
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