September 19th is It Can Wait’s National Drive For Pledges Day. Read how you can pledge to not text while driving and share the message about #itcanwait.
Being envious or jealous of someone else is not a good look. And even though I know this, I have found myself wrapped up in being envious of someone else and playing the “why not me” card. Here’s what I have learned to deal with this awful feeling. The truth hurts, but it also sets you free.
When blogging goes wrong, you may find someone else who steals your work without giving you proper credit, or jacks your style and/or uniqueness. Don’t bite someone else’s work!
With the boom of social networking websites during the last three to four years, the digital divide is lessening. More and more folk are becoming computer savvy with networking with others online on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Myspace.
There are a lot of job seekers that look good on paper but are unable to sell themselves in person during an interview. If you cannot sell yourself in an interview, you might as well kiss the job opportunity goodbye, especially in this current job climate in which everyone is looking for a job.
I decided to order business cards for myself and for my Communications Director, Kim, because we needed to separate this enterprise from our other blogs and businesses.
If your goal is to build your business or get to know others in your niche or hobby group, then you know how important networking is.
Twitter is a wonderful avenue for entertainers to share their worlds with their fans and followers, but sometimes they seem to get caught up in the moment with foolishness.
I am not a smoker. Okay, now that I got that over with, let’s get to the point of this whole blog post. As you may already know, I am not one to use my blog to complain and moan about things—that is just not me. I like to inform people and share information. But […]
The week was going pretty well for me. Despite the fact that I have been having a bad case of blogger’s writer’s block, I’ve been gaining momentum in other aspects of my life. I was feeling a sense of peace and ease. That is, until I took a look at my bank account last night. […]
I received an email from a reader who did not want me to publish the contents of her letter, but wanted to me answer this question: Is there such a thing as privacy at work”. She was asking because she felt her privacy had been violated due to the fact that her boss read all […]
Whether you are divorced or never have been married, a single mom has a lot on her plate. Being a mother, though, doesn’t mean you have to stop living or having some type of social life, and that social life should include companionship from someone who you like. Your kid(s) will always come first, but […]