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The Gift of Critical Thinking

“…your tactics typify a toxic blend of laziness and group-think that are all too common today – a hot mess of hashtags and intolerance that deepen the chasm currently dividing our country.” – Mike Rowe My son came home the

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Just Listen

While attending a recent party I found myself surrounded by “story toppers”. It’s a Seinfeld tribute term referring to the person who can’t wait to top the story you or someone else is telling. They stopped listening after your first

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So Much Wasted Time

by Susan Neuhalfen I know. You’re expecting me to give you all kinds of gooey language about how the holidays are all about giving and you should go volunteer your time here and give money there, etc. That’s all fine

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Dear NFL: What Do We Do?

by Susan Neuhalfen My father loved the game of football. He played when men played because they loved the game. Back then, most of those men who played professionally had a second job because it wasn’t enough to pay the

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The Numbers Don’t Lie

by Susan Neuhalfen I was listening to Dr. Laura the other day, which I usually enjoy, but that particular day I didn’t like what she said. A teacher called to ask what he should tell his children about world following

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What Makes Texans Great

by Susan Neuhalfen My career started in Houston. Despite living in West Virginia, Connecticut, New York, Chicago and London, Houston is where I have lived for the longest period of time. I kept going back. As I tell people, no

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Tradition vs. Progress

Susan Neuhalfen, Writer and Editor for Argyle Living, Lantana Living and Lake Cities Living Susan@murray-media.com 972.899.3637 Ex. 101 I recently attended an open meeting where the Boy Scouts discussed including girls in their program starting as Cub Scouts. (They currently

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My Dream Home

by Susan Neuhalfen Four years ago, our family moved to Argyle. After moving approximately every four years due to my husband’s job as a project manager (you see, projects last about four years from start to finish in his industry),

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Summer Goes By So Quickly

By Susan Neuhalfen This year, instead of getting to August and wondering what was accomplished, I decided to make a list of five things I plan to do every day in order to consider this summer a success. Live in

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Your Greatest Contributions

Community Relations and Advertising Consultant Lantana Living & Argyle Living Kathryn@murray-media.com 214.734.5783 I recently heard it said, “Your greatest contribution may not be something you do, but someone you raise.” In this time of the year to appreciate those that

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