Inside Tribe

Friday afternoon observations, insights and true confessions of Tribe employees

Celebrating 30 Years of the Macintosh Computer

1984. That Orwellian year that represents the brink of technology. How far can we go? How far will we take it? These were the questions that made the general populous weary of where technology, namely computer tech, would take us. The […]

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A Jazzy Christmas

Every time I go shopping around this time of the year, every car ride that results in an impromptu light show, every ornament and bough of holly that we hang in our house, Vince Gueraldi is playing in my head. […]

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A Jewish Christmas

Discovering the joy of Christmas as an adult. Is it possible for Christmas to be my favorite holiday if I’m Jewish? Yes, yes it is. Growing up in a Jewish household in the south contributed to my personality in many […]

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An ATLien Christmas

I have lived in Atlanta my entire life and love the transformation the city makes during the holiday season. Atlanta offers so many activities and events during the holidays, you just have to get off your Christmas cookie eating butt […]

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Forecast: Brainstorms Likely

“Who is more to be pitied,” posed Kurt Vonnegut, “a writer bound and gagged by policemen or one living in perfect freedom who has nothing more to say?” We’ve all been there. A mental block that occurs when inspiration leaves, […]

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Tribe 101

It takes time. After graduating from UGA last May, I wanted my first step towards my career to be in the right direction. I’m indecisive by nature, so the idea of deciding what the first step of the rest of […]

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Planning a Wedding on a Budget in 3 Weeks

The key to success on this one is to be very blessed to have helpful and talented friends and family. Mid -August, my boyfriend Devin, got a call asking if he wanted to apply for a position in Italy for […]

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My First Week at Tribe

The art of change can be a beautiful thing. Today will bring my first week at Tribe to a close, and I have to say, as far as big life changes go, I think I nailed this one. The past […]

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Bridging the economic gap to adulthood

You can tell a lot about a person by how they spend their money. Having just graduated from Auburn University and moved back in with my wonderful parents, I have almost no outside expenses. No rent, minimal grocery costs, no power […]

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You never know who you’ll meet at Psycho Tattoo

For my  birthday last week, I wanted my ears pierced. My nieces had their ears pierced at the mall, so that was my plan. But then my husband pointed out that he had been allowed to pierce ears in his […]

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