Tag Archives: poverty

Urban legends and the non-profit world

Awhile back I saw an urban legend disguised as “PSA” of sorts making the Facebook rounds. It displayed the salaries of the executive directors of several major nonprofit agencies, such as The Red Cross and United Way. It was essentially … Continue reading

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Another one year marker

The Boston Marathon bombing anniversary approaches the one year mark, as I discussed in my last post. But on a happier note, this post marks the (almost) one-year anniversary of when I began this blog. I “published” my first post on 4/13/13. This … Continue reading

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I want my equal (pay)day

Tomorrow is my payday. And yesterday was equal payday in the US. So tomorrow I’ll be getting the check for my underpaid work. Don’t get me wrong. I love my job and I love my salary. I am paid well … Continue reading

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On pseudo understanding poverty – but hey, I’d never judge

I was skimming my Facebook newsfeed recently and saw that one of my friends had posted an article called “20 Things the Rich Do Every Day.”  Based on the title, I thought it was an article showing how much privilege … Continue reading

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Nostalgia at the Dump

I mentioned in my first post, that my fiancé and I were in the process of buying a home together.  Well, that happened and we’re now living in our new house.  I love it!  I was living in a city … Continue reading

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