Monthly Archive: May, 2015

The Easiest Way to Find a Remote Job in Tech

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Recently, I have been reading a lot of buzz around women in the tech industry. Although this is not my professional path, I find the ever-changing state of tech a fascinating topic to… Continue reading

What is Your Mind Absorbing?

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Most of us have heard that we are the average of the five people we surround ourselves with. Have you thought about how the music you listen to, the TV shows you watch,… Continue reading

Three Quick Ways to Save on Travel this Summer

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Summer is a great time to splurge and spend some of your hard earned money going out of town, but it can also be stressful when thinking about how to squeeze it all… Continue reading

What Do Hedgehogs Know About Career Love?

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Thinking about your career is always an evolving conversation rife with introspective conflicts: Should I chase the money? Will that make me happy? Why can’t I just get paid to do *insert hobby* all… Continue reading

Three Ways to Keep Up with Fast Paced Marketing

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When you own your own business, there is so much that goes into making sure you stay abreast to the changing trends when it comes to public relations and marketing. There are marketing plans,… Continue reading

“Barely Different”: a photo series of unconditional sisterly love

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In this heartwarming photo series, mom and photographer Anna Larson captures moments of her young daughters who are adopted sisters and share an amazingly strong bond. Anna knew that she wanted to adopt a child from… Continue reading

It’s a (Wo)man’s World Music Artist Feature: Nervo

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Each month, I will feature a talented female music artist who is not very well- known in the music industry. Although we have women like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Taylor Swift dominating the Top… Continue reading

Harriet Tubman Could Be The First Woman On A $20 Bill

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Americans want Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. Tubman was the winner of a 10-week poll conducted by the nonprofit group Women On 20s, which wants to replace President Andrew Jackson with a… Continue reading

Managing Complex Change

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As we know from science, the universe expands at an increasingly fast rate. Stars are constantly being “born” out of clouds of hydrogen and then dying when they exhaust their supply.   Thus our… Continue reading

4 Things to Do When You Lose Your Job

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During the entirety of our professional lives, there is a good chance that there will be at least one time when we are let go. No matter what the economy is, losing your… Continue reading