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These places always make me happy. What are your happy places?!?!
  1. Bookstores
  2. Ice Cream Parlors
  3. College Campuses
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  1. Ice luge (two grooves)
  2. Name tags
  3. Baby pool and or a slip and slide.
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The following are six things that all need to occur to build a great long-lasting relationship. This is not about hooking up but rather getting into a committed relationship. You must check off all six rules, if any of the six aren't working, it's not meant to be. Good luck!
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    Both of you, need to have been out of committed relationships for at least six months. Otherwise, you won't be fully ready for a relationship.
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    No game playing. It's an honest relationship - you know where you each stand. Healthy communication.
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    You each have your own lives - you each have your own friends, activities so that you're not suffocating each other. It's healthy that you have outlets.
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  1. I've shook hands with both President Clinton and President Obama. When I shook hands with Clinton, I could feel his energy and charisma going through me and it was a solid handshake. It was memorable. When I shook hands with Obama, it wasn't memorable at all and it wasn't a very good handshake. It was on the soft side. Clinton > Obama, no contest.
  2. When I was 14 years old, I shook hands with Wilt Chamberlin. I'm certain that those were the biggest hands I've ever shaken. I remember when he shook my hand it felt like he was practically touching my elbow. He was a very large human being (and super nice dude)j
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    Get Global Entry. $20/yr. Game-changer, domestically (automatically qualifies you for Tsa-pre) and abroad - you're actually treated like a human being again (keep your shoes on) and the lines are so much faster. No excuses. Get on it, stat.
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    Put every bill on auto-pay. Bonus points: Get your bank's mobile app and deposit checks by taking pictures of your checks instead of going to the bank. I know this is obvious but if you're not doing this, shame on you.
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    Get a new cell phone at least every two years. If you're spending $100/month over 24 months ($2400 on service), you should have an updated cell phone. A brand new cell phone is so nice and fast. Plus it's a device, I honestly use all the time.
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    Go to Open Coffee Club
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    Engage with Carnegie Mellon (even if you're not an alum) and attend their events
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    Reach out to and connect with Alpha Lab, Alpha Lab Gear and Thrill Mill
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  1. 1.
    Go to Open Coffee Club
  2. 2.
    Engage with Carnegie Mellon (even if you're not an alum) and attend their events
  3. 3.
    Reach out to and connect with Alpha Lab, Alpha Lab Gear and Thrill Mill
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