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Finding Meaning in Feeling Lost

As a new year rolls in, it is pretty common that an individual will engage in self-reflection. Sometimes we take those reflections and turn them into the resolutions that we try and maintain throughout the following year. But with that self-realization may come days where you experience self-doubt. Doubt about your present, your past or your future. […]

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Stop Horsing Around! 4 Flaws That Can Hinder Any Relationship

World-renowned marriage therapist and psychology professor, Dr. John Gottman discusses four flaws, known as his ‘four horsemen’ and how these traits can help cause strife in any relationship. It is through a proper awareness of some of the negative emotions to avoid in relationships that you can gain a further understanding of what helps make the proper relationship work.

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Guest Writer, Michael Matti: 10 Reasons To Travel While You’re Young

Today The Hudsucker welcomes Seattle based photographer, Michael Matti. As a keen observer of life with a passion to travel and create, Matti’s main drive can be found in the intricacies of creativity, reveling in the marvels of the world, and being in awe of nature.

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Letter from The Editor: Celebrating Our Second Anniversary

As the Editor-in-Chief of a pop-culture and lifestyle digital magazine, I’m extremely humbled and honored that I get to share the joy of our success with such a fantastic and well-accomplished team of writers.

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The Relationship Balancing Act

We’ve all been in the position of being “ditched” by a friend before. Maybe you’ll have to rewind back to high school, or maybe it’s happened to you as recently as yesterday, but no matter when it happens, it’s safe to say that it hurts. I bring up high school because that was back when […]

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So you think you know the future: FUTURESTATES

We live in a very “future” world. Many of the concepts and ideas that were once the domain of science fiction are part of our realities. Cars that drive themselves? Google’s got it. Handheld computers with the capability of accessing massive amounts of human information in our hands nearly all the time? Our Apple iPhones […]

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How to Beat Winter Fatigue

Ah, winter. The perfect time to pretend to be a fuzzy woodland creature and hibernate until the groundhog hopefully doesn’t see his shadow, right?

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How to Update Your Resume

It can feel like the job market is a little tough to break into these days. It may seem like no one is hiring, especially if you’re looking  in a career that typically has limited openings. There really are job opportunities everywhere if you know where to look. Online job ads, signs and billboards, and […]

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Where Have All the Westleys Gone? The Search for Chivalry

Because I grew up on Disney movies and fairy tales, the first thing that usually pops into my mind when I hear the word chivalry is a handsome knight in shiny metallic armor riding a white horse on his way to rescue a damsel in distress or save a helpless princess from the clutches of […]

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Guest Writer Willow Whiteraven: Recognizing and Connecting The Signs

Today The Hudsucker welcomes guest writer, Willow Whiteraven, an Australian psychic medium and spiritual healer based in Montreal. She also hosts her own weekly radio show on Ask 1 Radio called “Earth Magic” where she is able to connect with people in real time offering free guidance.

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Find A Role Model

I’d like to clear something up right off the bat. I have an obsessive personality that I’m well aware of, I probably get it from my Father. But I often struggle to decipher the difference between being passionate about believing in something, or just being easily obsessed with things–and that’s for another post. However, I […]

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Dating A Wedding Photographer

About four years ago I was lucky enough to steal the heart of a sweet Indiana girl with a passion for teaching the younger generation. She also loved Celine Dion, fashion, photography and lifestyle blogs. I’d never heard of the enormous phenomenon, “modern vintage,” until I met her.

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Stress Awareness Month

April is Stress Awareness Month. It’s also the month that US and Canadian taxes are due, the month when college students take exams, and when “wedding season” unofficially begins. Our lives are full of stress, frustrations, problems, and bad days, so it’s no wonder that an entire month has been designated to talk about the […]

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