This generation is the generation that can change the status quo. Continue reading Breaking Down Walls
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. Continue reading The Creative’s Dress Game
Let’s talk about the side of America and the American workplace that no one wants to: the misogynistic side. Just as America was built on the brains and backs of black people, it was birthed from the wombs, works, and wisdom of women. Why do we treat those we owe so much to so poorly? Will that forever be an inherent human flaw? Continue reading Death to (Workplace) Rape Culture
You don’t have to do things that go against your morals to get ahead in the world. You don’t have to sleep or cheat or lie or steal your way to the top. Don’t miss the scenic route by letting something superficial quickly take you where your mind could’ve taken you. Continue reading The Virtuous Woman in a World of Vixens
Can you change the culture? Certainly. Should the culture be changed? Possibly, but at what cost? Continue reading On Adaptability (Pt. 2)
It’s not just about adjusting my style of dress but also the fundraising techniques I employ. It is critical that you know the culture of the organization you’re in. The more adaptable your style and personality, the more opportunities will come your way. Continue reading On Adaptability (Pt. 1)
I’m at a point in my life where I just don’t want to do illogical things in relation to my professional life. Pointless tradition in families is entertained for nostalgia’s sake. In work settings, it can often be little more than an irritant. Continue reading Logical Tradition or Traditional Logic?