My Top 10 Observations of 2014

  1. The Rise of the Smart Watch When I was child, I loved sifting through the Sunday newspaper. I wasn’t really concerned with the news, but rather the comic strips buried in the middle of all the sales ads, included with the Sunday paper. One of my favorite comic strips was Dick Tracy. Dick Read More

Lions, Tigers and Ebola…Oh My!

  It’s almost impossible to read the paper, look at the news or scroll through a newsfeed with seeing something about the spreading Ebola epidemic. It’s also fascinating to watch the way the media chooses to cover the stories we hear surrounding this virus! Since I’ve encountered the first bit of information about the unfortunate Read More

5 Reasons Critical Thinkers Are Becoming Extinct

  Our culture today seems to push against the very existence and need for the competence of critical thinking. In 2014, we are so used to being told where to focus and what to focus our attention on, that many of us give thought only to the things we can immediately see and/or hear. The Read More