Monthly Archive: November, 2014

How The First Ever Female Platoon Commander Won Over Her Skeptical Combat-Arms Marines

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CAMP PENDLETON, CALIF. — Lance Cpl. Eamonn Garber wasn’t sure things would work out, and that was bad mostly because his unit was at war. The Marines with the Operations Platoon Engineer Support… Continue reading

Giving in a Millennial World: Six Tips on Generosity for Generation Next

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Nowadays, it seems that no matter what publication you read, there’s always something being written about Millennials. As a member of the Millennial generation, I totally get it – we’re game changers. We… Continue reading

Question for Fall of 2014: iPhone or Samsung?

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Samsung or iPhone?

Global Perspective: Inspire Network Seeks To Increase Female Presence In Vietnam’s Corporate Realm

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According to Voice of America, Vietnam has joined a global business network in a push to boost the number of women in its corporate boardrooms. Female executives, along with UK officials and a… Continue reading

Kate Upton, Bobbi Brown And Women Nation-Wide Inspire Victoria’s Secret To Edit ‘Perfect Body’ Campaign

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Last week, I was surprised and intrigued to see supermodel, Kate Upton, re-gram this post from Bobbi Brown Cosmetics on Instagram. #PrettyPowerful, Indeed In early October, Victoria’s Secret launched their ‘Perfect Body’ campaign in… Continue reading

Call It Supper: Fall Recipe Exchange

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This week at Call It Supper, we’re encouraging everyone to reach out to their own network to get inspired. Lately, we have been noticing an email chain going around titled simply, “Fall Recipe Exchange”,… Continue reading

Zen Out: The Girls’ Guide to Yoga in NYC

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New York City alone has about 300 yoga studios, according to Brette Popper, publisher of YogaCity NYC. Primarily concentrated in Manhattan, this number of studios doesn’t include yoga in gyms or community centers.… Continue reading

Droga5 CEO Sarah Thompson: ‘Believe in your own bullshit’

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This is “View from the Top,” the latest in a Digiday series featuring creative leaders talking about their career paths and leadership perspectives. Read previous interviews here. Sarah Thompson is CEO at arguably… Continue reading

#WorkitWednesday with Trendy On A Budget: What’s In My Closet?

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There’s nothing new to showcase in this post. Instead, I decided to work with what I already have. There are plenty of pieces in my closet that I would categorize as an ‘oldie… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell: Dropping ballots-do it for Susie B.

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  SUSAN B. ANTHONY. ALICE PAUL. ELIZABETH CADY STANTON. If not for these ladies and the many who shared their beliefs, we wouldn’t be about 5 years shy of celebrating the 100th Anniversary… Continue reading