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It’s the World We Live In

This week Politico published a copy of a draft opinion from the Supreme Court that was leaked by someone inside the Court. Whether the motivation of the person who leaked

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It Has To Make Sense

This blog post is not intended to be a political statement.  It is sad that I have to say that but when you even reference mask mandates, many folks assume

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Just Ask Them!

It seems everywhere you look there is a help wanted sign. Businesses of all types are looking to hire people; the impact of the pandemic on the workforce has been

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What’s Under the Snow

Spring appears to be making its way to Iowa.  The snow is melting and the days are getting longer.  It has been a long cold winter.  It is always interesting

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Showing Up Is Important

WARNING:  I am going to sound like an old guy in this blog post!  Over the last few months I have been struck by how common it is for people

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They Will Never Catch Me

On February 2, 2022 the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the conviction of a nurse practitioner from Georgia, Sherley Beaufils, for health care fraud, aggravated identity theft, and various other

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Break Out the Snowshoes

As a trail runner living in the upper Midwest I have a choice to make each winter. Either resort to the treadmill since everything is covered in snow, or find

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Do Hard Stuff

A good friend that I run with on a regular basis gave me a sticker the other day that said “Comfort is a slow death – Do hard stuff” (except

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The Power of Perseverance

Over the weekend I volunteered at a 100 mile trail race.  Yes, people signed up and paid money to run 100 miles on a very hard course.  The race consisted

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