Monthly Archive: July, 2015

5 Ways my Cross-Country Adventure Impacted my Life

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My boyfriend, Eric, and I returned from a cross-country road trip a few weeks ago. We set out on this formative journey after talking about it in theory for over a year, planning… Continue reading

Check out These 4th of July Events in Boston

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The 4th of July is the most important American holiday, because it’s the day we celebrate our anniversary of freedom. No matter what your stance is on politics or the current state of our… Continue reading

5 Reasons You Need to be Selfish

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At the end of the day, we must remember that we are our top priority. Sounds like common sense, right? And yet, after extending energy into our daily lives and the people in… Continue reading

Tips for Choosing A Start Up Advisor

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When you are in the process of starting a new business, you have to think about everything from the overhead to who to trust when it comes to taking advice. Some business owners… Continue reading

Katy Perry Embraces Being a Boss & Encourages Women to Do The Same

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Many people perceived Katy Perry’s embrace over her current cover of Forbes Magazine as flaunting her success. If you worked your behind off to achieve your goals and attain a level of success… Continue reading

Trendy on a Budget: From Cubicle To Cocktails

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Now that summer is finally in full swing, my after-work social calendar is ramping up. And by ramping up, I mean going from zero to one ;). This translates to spending a few… Continue reading

How to Reframe Your Degree for a Startup or Scaleup Job

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With the fierce competition out there, there’s a lot of talk about “career-ready degrees”—ones with a clear path that will position you to enter the job market with relative ease. Still, we shouldn’t… Continue reading