Monthly Archive: October, 2015

Why You Have to Reframe Your “Networking” Mindset

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When you hear the word “networking” a few things might come to mind, and I imagine these associations aren’t positive. You’re probably thinking about words and phrases like: I sound like a saleswoman,… Continue reading

Lady Gaga’s ‘Til It Happens to You’ Calls for Awareness of Sexual Assault on Campus

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Lady Gaga is calling for awareness about campus sexual assault in her latest music video for the song ‘Til It Happens to You.’ The ballad was written for the 2015 documentary The Hunting Ground, directed by… Continue reading

Meet a Great Whole Grain: The Wheat Berry

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My boyfriend has recently fallen in love with wheatberries after trying them at the Whole Foods Market salad bar. Since he became hooked, I decided to buy a big container from the bulk… Continue reading

GF GIRL NEXT DOOR: Kale & Mushroom Quiche w/ Sweet Potato Layered Crust

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When the craziness of the week and weekend finally settles, you’ll find yourself curled up on the couch watching hours of your favorite movies and eating my spinach and artichoke dip. Oh, you don’t do… Continue reading

How to Leverage Job Rejection in Your Favor

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There’s a well-known Japanese proverb that says,  Fall down seven times, stand up eight. Job rejection is tough and, in the midst of it all, staying positive can be hard. But, rejection happens.… Continue reading

Legal Help for Your Startup When You Can’t Afford It

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So you have a start up, but you don’t have the money for the kind of things the bigwig companies have. The kinds of services at major businesses disposal vary, but rest assured… Continue reading

The Beauty of Female Friendships

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I stumbled across this article and found it pretty interesting. It is different celebrities and their take on female friendships. It brought me to thinking how much our female friendships can impact us.… Continue reading

Business Lessons Inspired by Harry Potter

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Feeling successful can be difficult sometimes. Maybe you didn’t get the promotion you were working toward, or you are in the middle of trying to change jobs. Maybe you’re working a “traditional” 9… Continue reading

3 Steps to Get Press for your Startup (On a budget)

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It boggles my mind that I still receive templated emails.  Have you ever seen an email that starts like this? ‘Hello Sir/Madam – We are a technology company specializing in products like yours… Continue reading

Viola Davis Makes History as First Black Woman to Win Lead Actress Emmy

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History was made on September 20th during the 67th annual Emmy Awards when Viola Davis became the first black woman to take home the Outstanding Lead Actress Emmy. Davis was awarded this Emmy… Continue reading