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You Like Me! You Really Like Me!

by Luci Waddell When we hear the word “courtesy,” many of us think back to a time when men doffed their hats in the presence of a lady and women curtsied in return. Or how one was expected to relinquish his or her seat on the bus so an elderly person could sit. Even the […]

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From “In re Mackin” to “Sworn to Forget”

by Maria Imbalzano originally posted on MariaImabalzano.com April 30, 2018 Thirty-something years ago while in law school, I was invited to join and write for the Fordham International Law Journal (ILJ). I was never a good creative writer, but I learned to love legal writing–very linear and analytical. The article I wrote for the ILJ […]

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Mother’s Little Helper

Originally published on Angelman Syndrome News by Mary Kay As soon as Roxy and I walked into the picnic area, a mother rushed up to me and said her son was afraid of dogs and asked us to keep our distance. The party was large, at least 80 people. Roxy weighed 40 pounds, was on […]

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Dog Portraits – What Dogs Don’t Say

I’m a dog lover and I can’t imagine life without one or two. I love to photograph dogs, but you have to be patient, work quick and be willing to adapt. Dogs never say “I don’t like my smile”. Be patient with your dog. It takes a while for a dog to relax so you […]

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Laundromat helps single mom live dream

Sometimes the bad things that happen turn out to be the best things that could have happened. For township resident Stephanie Anderson, getting laid off from her corporate job in October 2009 led to fulfilling a lifelong dream. The 51-year-old opened her own business, the Hamilton Washery in Hamilton Township, this past July and plans […]

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“I Don’t Have Time”

by Jennifer Cross Jennifer Cross recently completed Seth Godin’s altMBA program and had a profound realization about the role perfection has played in her life. If you are one of the thousands that struggle with the ideal of perfection, then this is for you. I’ve been involved in several conversations in the last few weeks […]

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A Communication Evaluation: What’s Your Score?

by Jennifer Cross Jennifer Cross recently completed Seth Godin’s altMBA program and had a profound realization about the role perfection has played in her life. If you are one of the thousands that struggle with the ideal of perfection, then this is for you. Good communication is a two-way street. It involves giving another person […]

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Technology Free Ways to Improve Hearing

by Caitlin Brady, Marketing Coordinator, Horizon Audiology Quiet Down and Calm Down! Here in New Jersey, we are often immersed in a loud environment. We are constantly bombarded by landscaping machines, car horns, the drone of an engine, screaming children, the music of family and friends, and more! Some of these noises, such as that […]

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Give Her Wings

by Nancy Weinstein Last weekend my daughter flew. It was her Bat Mitzvah, and she owned it from start to finish. From her preparation, to planning the party, to conducting the service, to showing the grace and poise as a hostess that one rarely sees in a 13 year old. Unlike most parents on such […]

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