Posts Tagged ‘hard time’

My Present Thoughts on Risk and Life

Posted on October 28th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

We’re closing in on Halloween and I’m pretty excited about it. Last year I posted about Halloween and Missed Opportunities and with that fresh in my mind, I started planning my Halloween costume really early, like nine months early and while I did change ideas a couple times, I’m really happy about what I settled […]

Finding True Love: What Should You Look For In A Bank?

Posted on September 3rd, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Choosing a bank can be almost as difficult as choosing a spouse, and traditionally lasts longer than the average US marriage! When searching for a bank, you will have certain criteria to match, and many banks will fill much of what you need, but very few will be complete solutions. Here are the things I […]

How Mistakes Help Us Grow

Posted on November 2nd, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

I am a pretty new writer. I have always loved to write and now I do so more often than I ever have in the past. I am still just an infant though, and I read all sorts of “improve your writing” articles and websites because I know I am not as good a writer […]

Linkworthy: Raises, Tips, and a Dead Horse

Posted on September 26th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

Getting back to my roots, I am reviving my weekly links post with a Seinfeldian twist. The ongoing series will be categorized under Linkworthy and if you don’t see the correlation to Seinfeld..shame on you..here, catch up to the rest of us 😉 (yea yea I’m obsessed) So this week we have a pretty good […]

 
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