What Makes Me Better

By Natalie Winslow
July 29, 2014

I’ve been going to the gym a lot lately, and here’s one thing I’ve noticed: CNN does not make me a better person. In fact, I’m pretty sure that the constant barrage of terrifying world events ticking across the screen in front of me raises my heart rate more than sprinting on the treadmill does. . . .

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Everything Currently Wrong with Facebook

By Jen Martinez
July 25, 2014

I know, I know. “Not another blog post about your issues with Facebook, Jen!” YES! Another! It’s pretty apparent that I’m not friends with Facebook anymore. I’ve written about my roller coaster of emotions on Facebook again and again and again and again. However, I’ve never truly sat down to write each piece of beef that I have . . .

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A Road Trip with My Dog

By Leslie James

It’s no secret. Here at Commerce Kitchen we love our dogs. We love our office dogs As soon as I chomp on a carrot, Peaches is at my side. She stomps and sighs until I give her carrots. So I feed her lots of carrots. Ripley flies up the office stairs, looking to see who’s . . .

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The Myers Briggs Test is a Lie: How I became a personality hipster and took the OCEAN quiz

By Chad Lundgren

I’m a Myers Briggs Hater, it’s true Why is the Myers Briggs personality test a lie? The Myers Briggs test uses theories of Carl Jung from 1921 with no empirical evidence to back them up.  People taking the test twice often get different results. Just as bad, the results insist on sorting people into one of two categories, . . .

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