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Created by one of my oldest friends, Evan, this blog is an amazing tribute to Chicago's finest sandwiches. If you love sandwiches and humor, you'll love this blog!

National Park Service
" promote and regulate the use of the...national parks...which purpose is to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wild life therein and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations." 

The mission statement of the National Park Service (NPS)  always hits home for me. It has been my honor to contribute to that mission while working at two of our nation's most beautiful parks: Bryce Canyon National Park & Biscayne National Park. One of my supervisors at Bryce once said to me "If you can believe in the mission statement, you can work at the [national] parks."

I beg each and every one of you get out and explore our national parks. Too many Americans go through their entire lives without seeing these beautiful places. Less than 40% of visitors to Bryce Canyon National Park are American and less than 25% of visitors to Biscayne National Park actually realize they're in a National Park!!!! Be aware and be thankful for what the National Park Service is doing for our country and it's future generations!!!! Now go explore!!!

The Public Utility Research Center at the University of Florida is an internationally recognized academic center dedicated to both research and providing training in utility regulation and strategy, as well as the development of leadership in infrastructure policy.

I had the honor of working with this amazing group of people during my senior year at the University of Florida. If you or anyone you know work within the utility/infrastructure regulation industry, I encourage you to explore their website and attend their programs! Feel free to use my name as a reference!
One of the most revolutionary websites, EVER! Need something to inspire you? Looking for something to get your brain churning? Just watch a TED video! I try to watch a different one everyday to keep my mind going and some of them are absolutely astonishing!!