It is kind of funny, but I was recently on a six year old HP account of mine that I haven't followed anyone or anything on. In the feed all that shows up is accolades that everyone on the site receives.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
What is the DETRIMENTAL effect of the "everyone receives a trophy" philosophy?
by Cuttler 6 years ago
How important are accolades to you?So today I woke up to find 4 more accolades in my profile bringing the total to 6. I was so ecstatic I couldn't help but jump up and down in ma room. How do you react when you get a new accolade?
by Christy Kirwan 3 years ago
Check out today's Blog Post to see this year's Hubbie Award winners. Thanks to everyone who voted and congratulations to the winners!Winners, you will be receiving your victory emails and accolades shortly.
by Sheila Lee 8 years ago
How can I view my own accolades? I can see other people's but not mine. Thanks!
by Dan W Miller 3 years ago
It says right there in my bio edit:"If I have earned any accolades, show them to:Everyone Only Me No One" Of course, I say "everyone." Then one day my 2015 Popular Accolade is gone! Do you know what a fool I look like after writing about it, tweeting about it,...
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