Progress and Me

Progress and Me.A thought by Lindsey Dominguez ...more

Interview Tips from a Job Developer

As a Job Developer for Goodwill Industries of New Mexico, I am often asked about the best ways to find a job, interview for a job and also to give insight into Employment Literacy as a whole.  Finding a job today is not what it used to be.  Gone are the days of walking into a business and handing a resume to the boss, or even interviewing on the spot.  Today, job searching and interviewing can be daunting with things like online applications and key word search engines....more

Accountable Law Enforcement (The Albuquerque Effect)

Albuquerque is making headlines again.  NOt for the balloon fiesta, red and green chile or it's wonderful weather, but for yet another killing involving local law enforcement.  Since 2012, New Mexico's law enforcement has been under federal investigation for the seeingly senseless killings of several individuals and the blatent misuse of force and weapons.  Most recently, the killing of an unarmed man who had been trespassing and camping in the foothills of the Sandia mountains....more

Hipster Jesus, Old School Church & Marketing faith (A Rant)

Hipster Jesus, Old School Church and Marketing Faith (A rant). This is an old blog I wrote last year, sometime.  I have been re-thinking this stance on church and I am still feeling this way.  I am about to go on a women's retreat with a friend in Denver and I see the same "trendy Jesus" thing happening there as well.It's really starting to piss me off.  God does not change....more

Financial Insecurity

Un-Cool Mom Shoes

Un-Cool Mom Shoes ...more

Creating your "Peace Space"

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Why I Choose To Live In New Mexico (And LOVE it!)

Albuquerque gets a bad rap.  Maybe it's Bugs Bunny's fault, or maybe its the fact that the TV show COPS set up permanent camp here in the 90s but truly and honestly, I live in Albuquerque and I choose to stay here because it's an amazing town.  Let's ditch a few stereotypes first, however.  No, we do not wear sombreros and it's not all desert.  We get snow, we have mountains...and lakes....and rivers...and forests!  We also are as high (and in Santa Fe, higher) than Denver, the mile high city.  They just took all the credit....more
thank you for sharing.  I have been there many times, my dad lived there for 10 years and am now ...more

Dealing with Postpartum Depression

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***I have to apologize for the spelling errors.  I got very sidetracked in writing this. SO ...more
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