A Look into Google’s Pet Portraits

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By: Nazli Mohideen Google products like Drive, Messages, Translate, and Maps are just some of the company’s most popular and well-loved features. The Google Arts & Cultures app, however, is one of their hidden gems.  With this, you can explore museum exhibits around the world with just the tap of a finger. The virtual galleries … Continued

Five retirement mistakes to avoid

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Retirement may seem a long way off and far removed from your day-to-day concerns. And yet, this is actually the best time to start planning and saving — that is, when you still have time to accumulate the money you’ll need.Here are some common mistakes that throw people off course in their retirement planning. Knowing … Continued

A New Year’s Day Story

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By Richard Mabey Jr. From the days of my early childhood on through my senior year of high school, we would always spend a good portion of New Year’s Day at my maternal grandparents’ home in Boonton. The home was a two-story, yellow brick farmhouse that proudly stood on the 600 block of Boonton Avenue. … Continued

The Fawn Trauma Response

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By Valeria MancusoWhat is the Fawn Trauma Response? The fawn trauma response is the process of putting your emotions aside to benefit or please someone else’s needs. It can be used as a defensive structure because you may be acting out of fear, sadness, anger, guilt etc. If you feel as if you are in … Continued