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    Play Ball Sports Portolio WordPress Theme (For Sale)

    WordPress Theme Templates

    Today, I introduce the Play Ball Sport Portfolio WordPress theme template. Perfect for the sports enthusiast and it’s for sale. View the live demo, today.

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    Seeking Change: Desiring and Making Positive Change in My Life

    Book Reviews, General Thoughts

    Today, I thought I would do something different with my blog post and share a video with you about seeking change.

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    Web Design: Its My Calling

    General Thoughts

    There’s a Confucius proverb that says, “Choose a job you love, and you never have to work a day in your life.“ I think, at this point, if you follow my blog, you know that I love Web design and Web development. I do it in my spare time as well as when someone is […]

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    Ponderings on a Random Thursday

    General Thoughts

    Today, not much different from any other day, I sit inside of a Starbucks coffee shop, slightly deviating from my normal routine of staying home to scour the job boards while waiting for an assignment from Firefly Partners. There is something about this sporadic change in my day that is invigorating and reminds me that […]

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    Update: Two Weeks Into The Job Search and Opportunities Abound

    Life Events

    It’s been a little over two weeks since my last post. I’ve been busy. In that time, during my job search for a Front End Web Developer position, I have had two in-person interviews, several phone interviews and a several more on the way. I have found some bits of work that can tide me […]

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    Job Hunting in San Diego, CA for a Front End Developer Position

    Life Events

    Yesterday was my last official day with the American Sportfishing Association as Web Manager for KeepAmericaFishing. Due to the fact that I could not work remotely in a permanent fashion and now that the transition to the new Web Manager is complete, I am moving on. Today, kicks off my job search as a full […]

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    Are you looking for a Front End Web Developer? I’m your guy.

    General Thoughts, Life Events

    Today, I received word that my replacement at the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) was found and an offer was accepted. As such, my time at ASA is coming to a close in the middle of September (that is, unless I find something sooner). My duties will remain until the beginning of September and then I […]

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    …And So Begins My San Diego, CA Job Search

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Now that my cross-country move to San Diego, California is complete, I thought I would provide a quick update about my job search. My current employer, the American Sportfishing Association (ASA), whom I am performing remote work for, is through their second round of interviews for my replacement as the Web Manager for KeepAmericaFishing, leaving […]

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    Reflections on Turning 30

    General Thoughts, Life Events

    Today, I turn 30. As singer Josh Groban turned 30 he commented, “My 20s have been filled with a lot of trial-by-fire moments and uncertainty, but I’m going to enjoy my 30s the way I should’ve enjoyed my 20s.” It’s a “milestone that most women (and some men) seem to approach with great trepidation, sadness […]

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    In Search of a Job in the Government / Public Sector? Please Hold…

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    I happen to agree with the dean of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and the director of the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs who contend “that the government continues to drive away a majority of graduate degree holders” in the recent Washington Post opinion article, “The federal government is still too slow to […]

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    Adventures in Facebook Advertising

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Today, as I recently revealed that I am moving, I decided to think outside the box and try something new, in an effort to get the attention of hiring managers in the San Diego, California area. I placed an advertisement on Facebook and targeted it specifically to people within a twenty-five mile radius of San […]

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    What is a Good Book About the Nonprofit Sector?

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Even though I am in the middle of packing and about to move across the country, I have been doing a bit of thinking recently about how to generate new ideas to help shape the way that I think about the nonprofit sector. Since summer is the best time for reading books of our own […]

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    Support Fallout: Nuka Break

    General Thoughts

    If you’ve learned a little bit about me, you know that I enjoy video games and stories about apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic scenarios where philosophical questions are explored regarding the breakdown of society. As such, I would like to share with you a little gem that one of my friends on Facebook shrared with me regarding […]

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    A SoCal State of Mind

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, my wife was offered a position with a school district in Southern California. This means that I will be relocating with my family back to the West Coast by the middle of July, 2011. Fortunately, my employer offered to let me stay on and work remotely while they find my replacement to work in […]

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