Monthly Archive: February, 2015

The Pocket Guide Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

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Let me get this off my plate right now: you should read this book. Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven is both genre-defying and full of contradictions – it is tragic yet humorous,… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell (and men too): How we put the Super back in Super Bowl

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Almost as American as a hot dog on the 4th of July, we’re still feeling the excitement from Super Bowl Sunday. An excuse to get in verbal arguments with the TV, endulge in… Continue reading

8 Tips to Beat the Winter Blues

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Winters on the east coast have been record-breakingly cold and long these past few years, and February is particularly rough to conquer. Here are 8 easy ways to beat the winter blues this… Continue reading

Trendy on a Budget: In With The Old

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How does the old saying go? Out with the old and in with the new. As we all ushered in the new year, I am sure there were resolutions made to let go… Continue reading

#LikeAGirl 2015 Super Bowl Ad Sends a Powerful Message on Female Empowerment

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Of the commercials aired during last night’s XLIX Super Bowl, the #LikeaGirl ad was one of the most powerful, taking the spotlight among other ads that attempted to pull at viewer’s heartstrings. The… Continue reading

Five Co-Working Spaces Around The World, And Five Things They Have In Common

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The concept of co-working is one that has ballooned in the past couple of years. It started as a solution for entrepreneurs, consultants, and freelancers seeking an alternative to working in cafes and… Continue reading

February Favorites

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Do you have a few products you just can’t live without? I have rounded up some of my new favorites to share with everyone. This list of products hits a broad range of… Continue reading