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A Word or Two About Money

“The quality of freedom is remarkable; if freedom exists at all, nothing can limit it.” M.

We don’t speak enough about money. People..

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Advisory Alert

Advisory Alert

With little remorse I admit, I am not a fan of winter. Humidity and heat are my friends. When the mercury reaches the triple digits I hit..

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Mandela: A Force for Change

Mandela: A Force for Change

Change is a concept that both fascinates us and terrifies us. We resist it within our own lives with a force and tenacity that keeps us..

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Reflections

Reflections

Every so often there comes a time to reflect: to re-establish purpose, to correct course, so to speak. As we approach our second year..

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Beyond Reason

Beyond Reason

When was the last time anger or fear provided anything uplifting or useful for a community?

Some say the walls of institutionalized..

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Welcome to the Kollective!

Welcome to the Kollective!

The Boxcar Grocer will be undergoing some serious changes over the next week and a half. We will be closed throughout the entire July 4th..

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Only Good Lay Before You

Only Good Lay Before You

The detox taught me to be much more mindful about my body as a system. And although I’ve had the training before, there is something about detoxification that can reset your entire life. In the end I dropped about about 5 pounds, toned my muscles, and my skin looked radiant. My mind felt clear, I was able to do my job better and communicate more effectively with the people around me.

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Who Needs a Loser to Win?

Who Needs a Loser to Win?

When we were little our parents encouraged us to read by giving us money for each book we completed. Fiction earned us $1.00 per book...

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Boxcar Goes Tech

Boxcar Goes Tech

After five fast-paced days in Austin, Texas spending time with some of the most innovative people in business, I’ve returned to Atlanta..

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An Honest Look at Health

An Honest Look at Health

Our parents were very open with us. Although we were taught respect and when to stay out of grown folks’ business, at our own dinner..

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