Monthly Archive: September, 2015

Three Ways Fiverr Can Save You Time and Improve Your Closet

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In the last few years, so many great websites that have come along that really “changed the game.” One such website is Fiverr. Enabling people to buy services starting at $5, it has… Continue reading

Trendy on a Budget: Flip It & Reverse It

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Jeans Day is in full force across the company and it still gets me every time. For whatever reason, wearing jeans is a total mood changer. Everyone seems to walk with a little… Continue reading

The Era of Self-Publishing

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Technology has opened doors for entrepreneurs, media, and publishing. The world is teeming with ways for people to connect ideas, market their products, and build their own online empires. Empires that can manifest… Continue reading

How to Tell a Story that will Deeply Impact Your Career

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One of my earliest memories as a child was looking out through the window of my family’s second story apartment and watching birds take-off from the window ledge. I was fascinated by how… Continue reading

How to use Fashion to Market Your Startup

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If you are new to the entrepreneur world, there are many things you need to make your business successful. From the right location, to the right product, to the right marketing, it can… Continue reading

Top 5 Ways to Refine Your Networking Skills

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Let’s face it, we’ve all made excuses when it comes to networking. But, there’s always time to focus on your personal and professional growth. If you’ve been putting it off, now is the… Continue reading

Why I gave the Coding Hype a Chance

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Start-up hype has been followed by coding hype. Accessible tools and a growing market opened plenty of opportunities for any computer science whiz. All of a sudden, there were coding schools popping up on… Continue reading

Opinion Writer Slams Sorority Recruitment Video and Calls for Messages of Female Empowerment

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Hollywood tends to portray sororities and fraternities with a crazy-wild-party lifestyle. Frat parties, hazing, keg stands, and more—typically a “white America” fantasy college world. The stereotypical jerk frat boy, the bimbo blonde (though… Continue reading

8 Post-College Fellowships for Journalism Majors

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Life after college can be tricky, especially when trying to figure out what your next professional move will be and what will look good on your resume. Should you get an internship? What… Continue reading

Learning to Graciously Give Sympathies

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There is no escaping death unfortuantey. It is a fact of life and odds are, by your twenties, unless you are extremely lucky, you have lost someone close to you. If not, I’m… Continue reading