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The Bistro: Sweet Potato, Spinach, and Zucchini… An Epic Fail

We all know that experimenting in the kitchen is risky business, experimenting by its very nature, but doing so with food can ultimately lead to a disappointed palette if the task is not undertaken with both commitment and a working knowledge of flavor pairings.  Unfortunately, the worst kind of cooking experiment you can partake in... Continue Reading →

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March Madness 2018: A Lesson in Heartbreak

Last year around this time I wrote about the fond memories I have with the NCAA Tournament, how special the tournament is to me, and how great this time of year is.  And it’s true this is absolutely one of the best times of the year to be a sports fan.  All of the pageantry,... Continue Reading →

Advice For Aspiring MBA Students

As I was starting my career as a young business professional, I wasn’t really sure which route I wanted to take in terms of which industry I should try to be in or what my niche would be within my company/industry.  At the time I graduated with my undergrad, it was a difficult time to... Continue Reading →

HBR’s 10 Must Reads: A Series Review

As a young professional still trying to find my way in the often unforgiving business world, I firmly believe in the constant gathering of knowledge and focus on personal development.  I am always on the lookout for new books to read, Ted Talks to watch, or articles to check out.  Anything that provides valuable information... Continue Reading →

Ted Talk Tuesdays: Ken Jennings

This week on ted Talk Tuesdays I’m going to recap a talk from someone who spent more than a significant amount of time on my favorite game show!  Ken Jennings from Jeopardy! As I was perusing various Ted Talks to potentially review this week I was naturally drawn to Jennings’ both because I’m a big... Continue Reading →

The Bistro: Carrot Oat Muffins!

In this edition of The Bistro we’re going to explore a healthier option which is perfect for a snack or for mornings on the go.  We all know that when we’re in the middle of the morning rush our nutrition tends to fall by the wayside.  Microwave breakfast sandwiches or gas station snacks often pass... Continue Reading →

My Dad and… Harrison Ford??

Since today is my Dad’s 60th birthday I figured this would be a good time to share this weird comparison I’ve had in my head ever since I was a kid growing up.  My Dad’s not likely to read this anyway, but even if he did I’m sure he’d take this comparison as a compliment. ... Continue Reading →

Grayson Allen: The Last Great Hate

Duke basketball has a number of traditions.  They are one of the most legendary programs in college basketball; right there with UCLA and Kentucky in terms of basketball’s premier blue-blood programs.  And yes, as a Duke fan I’m obligated to leave UNC off that list.  Duke’s many traditions include the rivalry games with North Carolina,... Continue Reading →

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