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Editor at Large with Bill Kline

Bill Kline

About Bill Kline

Bill Kline is a journalist and Penn State alumnus with more than three decades of experience across many disciplines -- including writing, editing, design, print and online. When not at work, he can be found walking, golfing, cooking, watching sports and attempting to do yardwork. He blogs on life, news, business, sports, pop culture, Eastern Pennsylvania and more. Follow Bill on Twitter, or email him here

The best things about July

Several years ago, I rated June as the best month, followed by July.

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Git 'er done – as in do your job and have pride in doing it

LinkedIn features many posts from motivational, inspirational and change-management speakers, coaches, trainers, consultants and authors – all trying to make a living.

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A true sportsman passes on

A gentleman and a Hall of Famer died last week – Walter Bahr.

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Enjoy the longest day of the year

Today, June 21, might be the best non-holiday-related day of the year.

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Let's get physical – just don't go up against the hammers from Boston

Decades ago, several Penn State students approached the authorities on campus and asked to use one of the university's gyms for a proposed street hockey league.

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Overworking is overvalued – and here’s why

Overworking is overrated, the news release said.

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Engagement, personal accountability and the sort-of-almighty paycheck

Engagement of employees is all the sage these days – with seemingly everyone weighing in on the management philosophy.

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Greedy lawmakers – and the rich get richer

Yes, legally betting on pro sports is now allowed in the U.S., thanks to the Supreme Court decision this month.

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End of a great magazine

Favorite states: (1) Pennsylvania. (2) Vermont. (3) Inebriated. (4) Florida.

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Bumper stumpers – or why acronyms are futile

Let's agree that bumper stickers and magnets on cars are meant to promote a cause, to gain visibility for something or just to show you're proud of something, such as a sports team, vacation destination or hometown.

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