Columns for The Meridian Booster

Columns for The Meridian Booster

I have been having trouble finding the right way to showcase my work. I’ve never been fond of this method for a portfolio, but I’ve decided to try it out for my columns. There isn’t any art, and I’d like prospective employers to be able to see how many I’ve written without having to scroll through the entire blog.There are a few columns that don’t seem to be uploaded to the website, but this should give a pretty good picture of what I do.

I’ve starred the ones that I think are the strongest of the bunch.

Columns posted – 25

Discomfort zones – February 3, 2014
Who reads the news? – January 23, 2014
Zen and the art of Christmas shopping – December 23, 2013
Unexpected consequences – December 9, 2013
Professional play-time – November 21, 2013

Bullying not just for kids – November 14, 2013
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Mo’ money, mo’ problems – November 8, 2013

You’re not getting any younger – October 28, 2013 *
Writing useful, efficient fiction – October 21, 2013 *
You can’t always get what you want – October 10, 2013
A chemistry lesson about love – October 7, 2013 *
The paradox of useful friends – September 30, 2013
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A horse named Hiroshima – September 19, 2013*
Two decades of back-to-school – September 9, 2013
Living alone not lonely – August 12, 2013
Expect the unexpected -July 29, 2013 *
The politics of video games – June 24, 2013
Real success is Bacon – July 19, 2013
The dog days of summer – July 12, 2013
Luxurious lean living – July 4, 2013
A vast country you’ve seen none of – June 27, 2013
No praise necessary for art – June 19, 2013
The best pizza is the hardest to order – May 31, 2013
Can’t we all just get along? – May 28, 2013
Pleasure of my company – April 16, 2013