While I don’t believe in the words “always” or “never” in the year 2017, I do believe that LaRae Quy makes some great points in this article. And, fellas, there is a ton we can take from this piece as well. All around good reading but, ladies, this one’s for you.
Whatever your look, let it be inspired and let it inspire. We're all here to make one another better. Borrow a part of someone else's style and help someone else when they're trying to borrow an aspect of yours.
This morning, I was washing dishes and realized something that I hope changes the course of my life. I was trying to decide on whether or not to go to the gym when I get home from work (I slept in this morning and missed my exercise time) and that is when lightning struck me: … Continue reading The Myth of the Option
I know that, while I'm grateful for my income, I could be bringing in so much more and I can do that while keeping my current job and gaining this valuable experience.
Is Coffee Good for You? New Study Shows the Drink May Help People Live Longer—Even if It's DecafIf you know me, I'm a coffee drinker. I've cut back this year but I still do at least a cup per work day. But, there's always some study coming out saying "Decrease your coffee intake." Well, this … Continue reading #TrendingThursday 2.0 – Num. 4
In 2017, we all realize that we have implicit biases. It's human nature. As sophisticated as we claim to be, most of us can be very simple-minded. But, when making a decision, especially one as important as hiring and pay grades, a human resources professional and manager should be determined to be objective.
As basic as these two colors may be, they'll never really go out of style. All black and all white affairs will always find their ways into social settings.