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Justin Gandy
Works at International Rescue Committee
Attended University of North Texas
Lives in Dallas, TX
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a better perspective on a common list...
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A good thought for the day: "When someone talks to you, instead of jumping in with something about yourself, just listen. Absorb. Reflect their thoughts back to them. Appreciate their beauty."
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what we're moving towards. once we close on the house we'll only have one bill left to pay: my biggest school loan. almost there! #debt #debtfree
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How the other half lived
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Jacob Riis came to NYC in 1870 at the age of 21. He had $40 in his pocket, which he quickly spent. Unemployed, he lived for a time

The Art of Non-Conformity » The One-Year, Alternative Graduate School Pr...
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What if learning wasn't confined to a rigid program in a university? What if you could begin learning now, without going back to school? The

The Art of Non-Conformity » A Short Note on Bridge Jumping
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When you were a kid and wanted to do something your parents or teachers didn't like, you may have heard the question, “If everyone else jump

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Venturing Beyond the Playpen: How to Take a Baby Camping
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The very idea of camping with infants causes the shivers in some parents, mostly those who have been taught that babies are fragile creature

Too Seldom Is Heard an Encouraging Word: Why and How to Offer More Compl...
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"Idle words are characterless and die upon utterance. Evil words rankle for a while, make contentions, and then die. But the hopeful, kind,

The Art of Non-Conformity » Climb the Right Ladder
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Over the weekend I heard a talk and short performance piece by Stephen Kellogg, an independent musician who was speaking at the annual TEDxC

How to Change Your Life: A User’s Guide : zenhabits
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By Leo Babauta. Start with a simple statement: what do you want to be? Are you hoping to someday be a writer, a musician, a designer, a prog

At Long Last, Grand Canyon Bans Bottled Water
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It was ugly. It was public. And it involved controversy over whose park it is anyway, Coca-Cola's or ours, but in a plan just approved by Jo

I Voted the Environment
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by Yvon Chouinard Now that the election is over, our work continues. I support the front-line activists, the river keepers and tree sitters

» Simplify the Internet :zenhabits
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Backcountry.com: The Goat » Blog Archive » Obama Administration Seeks...
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Obama Administration Seeks Changes to the Endangered Species Act. By Rocky Thompson on December 12th, 2011. The Obama administration is prop

Best nature pictures of 2012
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2A Japanese snow monkey relaxed in a hot spring in the Jigokudani valley in northern Nagano Prefecture, Japan. (Nick Ut/Associated Press)# 3

» 28 Brilliant Tips for Living Life :zenhabits
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Post written by Leo Babauta. Sometimes the littlest change can make a world of difference. Start waking a little earlier and spending some q

Washington Wipes Out a Wolfpack
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A wildlife tragedy began in Washington State on last August, when the state Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that a wolf in the Wed

The Art of Non-Conformity » How To Be Unhappy
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The pursuit of happiness is as old as modern civilization. Books, elixers, religions, and philosophies are all devoted to it. Happiness is a

» Simplify. :zenhabits
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Post written by Leo Babauta. The tendency of life in our society is to become more complicated: Internet, television, shopping, work, family

Raccoon Invasion
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(YouTube link) A mother raccoon teaches her growing litter how to scrounge a meal at photographer Brad Gillette's house.

Declination: An Epic Chilean Vacation
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A short film that will inspire happiness and wanderlust.

I've always taken my vehicles to Huffines for service and have always been extremely satisfied. I previously owned a Chevrolet Camaro, and they were always very helpful during services. I also take my wife's Nissan Xterra there for service, as I've always gotten quicker service and more straightforward responses from the service advisers at Huffines than the group at the Nissan dealership. I usually work with Frank Conti, who is very friendly and helpful. Since I've always been treated extremely well by the staff at Huffines, I ended up purchasing a new Chevy Cruze in January 2011. The sales staff wasn't overbearing as some other places I visited, and I ended up with a great deal. In June 2012, my Cruze was nearly destroyed in a hail storm. The crew at Huffines brought back to life! The turn around was great, and they even put me in a rental, even though it wasn't covered by my insurance company! The staff is knowledgeable and honest, they won't try to sell a bunch of extras. The facilities are immaculate, not some greasy shop. The service is quality. All around, Huffines is a great place to visit.
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