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Working From Home? Get Dressed!
Not every writer finds it stimulating to work from a cafe or airport terminal. Granted, sometimes we are forced to work in those areas. However, for a lot of us, our days spent being creative are at h...
Nina Simonsa day ago
6 Tips to Organize a Successful Business Conference
Event organization is never an easy task, especially if you’re not a professional event organizer. There are so many things that you have to keep in mind and prepare that people lose themselves in all...
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The Pros and Cons of Dictation
If you’re anything like me, you’re always looking for new and innovative ways to improve your writing. At times it’s not directly related to the craft itself. Sometimes it just has to do with your own...
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You Can’t Buy Internet Success—Part Deux
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Why My Fantasy World Includes Suicidality and Other Sad Stuff
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How I Started My Own Marketing Agency in College
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I started this blog when I was 16. I was a sophomore in college and decided it was time to make an account that focused on what interested me. Since there was really no representation for Black Women,...
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The LumiCharge Is the Only Desk Lamp You'll Ever Need. Here's Why...
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Home Office
A workplace watercooler for telecommuters and anyone who wears pajamas to work.
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Converse and commiserate with other newly minted adults.
Alaina Musich9 hours ago
You're Living All Over Me
In the 12 years I have been working as a high-demand, self-employed music teacher, I have garnered a lot of unexpected lessons which I have been able to apply throughout my career with confidence and ...
S. E. Gregorya day ago
Working From Home? Get Dressed!
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The Pros and Cons of Dictation
If you’re anything like me, you’re always looking for new and innovative ways to improve your writing. At times it’s not directly related to the craft itself. Sometimes it just has to do with your own...
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Richard Creed shot these great classic pics of Central Texas old school MXers.
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How to Become an Author Articles—4 Professional Councils
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Ashly Williams6 days ago
Know More About Computer Skill Tests Conducted For Employees
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Jeremy Hass2 days ago
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Want to make more money but can’t seem to get a raise or a better job at the moment? Maybe you’re paying off debt, trying to save for a vacation, or whatever it is, you just flat out need money. I get...
Isaiah Goodman13 days ago
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What is one of the toughest parts of starting a new job? Is it the new commute to work? Is it the social awkwardness of not knowing whom to sit with at lunch time? No. It’s the sign-up for group benef...
Karly Lamm20 days ago
Top Side Hustles From Your Phone
Read this next sentence and fill in the blank in your head... Time is __________. Did you think of money? If yes, then your mind is in the wrong place! Money can come and go, but what can you never ge...
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If You Don't Feel Your Emotions, Where Do They Go?
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Lydia K18 days ago
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Kevin 12 days ago
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