Originally posted 2017-03-10 14:30:59. Some days, our bodies have a mind of their own it seems, right? For those of us who live with crippling chronic illnesses (mine tend to be in the form of bad back issues, carpal tunnel in both arms/wrists, and migraines that knock me on my ass for WEEKS at a…

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Originally posted 2017-03-08 14:30:17. Creativity can be something that gets us through the hard times, sees us through those rough patches in life, and gives us definition and meaning in our otherwise rather sedate lives. Wait, who has a sedate life these days? How many browser tabs do you currently have open? Are you only…

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Originally posted 2017-03-01 17:00:56. Games are one of the most important aspects of the life for children. Games play a significant role in developing the child’s mind. A significant period of time for some kids is spent playing the video games, so it stands to reason that those games should have an educational component to…

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Originally posted 2017-03-01 14:24:24. Let’s face it; having to worry about money sucks. We’re not going spout statistics or scold you for how you have spent your money. We’re not your mom, nor your 11th grade Statistical Analysis teacher. We we can do is offer a load of different “this worked for me” suggestions and…

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Originally posted 2017-02-21 17:00:32. Let’s face it; having to worry about money sucks. We’re not going spout statistics or scold you for how you have spent your money. We’re not your mom, nor your 11th grade Statistical Analysis teacher. We we can do is offer a load of different “this worked for me” suggestions and…

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Originally posted 2016-10-01 12:00:51. Teenager Max Parkman has Autism and he’s suspected of murder. Saving Max is only the latest incarnation of the Autistic/Asperger’s title-character trend, and it is likely the least realistic of them all. Max’s behaviors are inconsistent and really don’t seem too characteristic of Asperger’s or Autism. Moreover, Max’s mother, Danielle, is…

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Originally posted 2016-06-15 20:00:29. Missed it the first time? Join Trey,Drew, and Al as they balance the ever difficult task of balancing gaming and parenting. This week we discuss the Educational Gaming. Below you will find  some links that we found interesting. Click here for a link to this weeks podcast! Main Topic Research Pages:…

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Originally posted 2016-06-08 20:00:47. Missed it the first time? Join Trey,Drew, and Al as they balance the ever difficult task of balancing gaming and parenting. This week we discuss the Motion Picture Association of America. Below you will find  some links that we found interesting. Click here for a link to this weeks podcast! Gaming…

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Originally posted 2016-05-30 17:00:47. “War” Sang Edwin Starr in 1969 in his song of the same name. Many of you won’t remember it but I can assure you he did. “What is it good for?” He then enquired. This was a rhetorical question because he immediately answers it by telling us War is good for…

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Originally posted 2016-05-25 20:00:03. Missed it the first time? Join Al, Drew, and Trey as they discuss gaming addiction and how it affects children. Click here for a link to that weeks podcast! Or follow the Geeks and Geeklets podcast network on iTunes, Stitcher, and other podcasting sites! Articles used that week: Parenting News: https://www.yahoo.com/parenting/parents-under-investigation-after-11-year-old-121600960882.html http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2015/jun/17/because-i-said-so-four-little-words-tha/ Gaming…

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Originally posted 2016-01-24 00:46:51. As we head closer to our first #100days as Some Awesome Journey together, I want to share with everyone the specific Days that we are going to see each week, and what the explanation is for each one. Keep in mind, DayLites, that we’re looking for a complete life change, not…

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