Payton Busskohl8 hours ago
The Wedding Planner's Wedding
If you are someone who, at any point in your life, has thought about what to spend the rest of it doing, I'm sure you have heard something similar to or along the lines of "doing what you love hardly ...
Jasmine Becker10 hours ago
McDonald's: Closing Shift
It’s five minutes until closing time. It’s dead silent, you’re alone up in front, and there isn’t a customer in sight. I guess can start closing up, you think cheerfully. You turn your back for not ev...
Kayleigh Downs12 hours ago
The Dreaded No-Show Client
So your 11 AM client didn't show? It's 11:15 AM. You have been polite and given them the 15 minute leeway. But you already have that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach. So you make the call, n...
Brooke Noelle14 hours ago
The Meaning of "Home"
This morning was cold. Frigid, really. I dragged myself out of bed, threw on a sweater, and braced myself for the 10-minute drive to work. I could see my breath in my car the entire way, and the heat ...
Keba G14 hours ago
Working From Home
I love writing. It brings me joy every time I begin to write things down. I've always wanted to publish a book, create songs, and even become a ghostwriter. This has always been my dream. As I grew ol...
Tatiana Ward16 hours ago
5 Tips for When You're Ready to Dump Writer's Block and Self-Doubt
Dear Writer's Block and Self-Doubt, It's you. BOTH of you. Not me. We're done. Sincerely, Unfulfilled, Fed Up and Haven't Written in Days. We all write for different reasons. One of the most common re...
Hannah Petch7 days ago
How to Get Through Writer's Block
I think it's fair to say that every writer feels the panic of not being able to think up new and original ideas. Being a writer is hard. There are so many writers constantly having new and brilliant i...
Becoming a Freelancer
So, you want to be a freelancer? Let me be the first of many to start out by telling you that it sure as heck isn’t going to be easy. If you have thick skin and endless determination, then you “may” h...
Savana Verret24 days ago
6 Things I Learned Working in Retail
It's the holiday season; a time where family and friends come together to celebrate their respective festivities, give and receive gifts, and take time to relax. It's also the time of year that people...
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Katana Haleya month ago
Sharpening Your Sales Strategy The Easy Way
Before you can expect the sales to start pouring in, you need a sales strategy. Even if you’re generating revenue without a strategy, it may not be long-lived. For example, if you land national or int...
Sarah Russella month ago
How To: Writing a Great Story Description (Wattpad Addition #3)
(Side note: While my tips are geared towards Wattpad writers, these tips could be useful when writing on many different platforms. My experience just happens to be with Wattpad.) If you're anything li...
Rob Salkowitz2 months ago
Solving For 'When': How Data Science is Cracking Marketing's Toughest Problem
In marketing, as in showbiz, timing is everything. Even if you know what you want to say and who your audience is, when you deliver your message can be the difference between a sale and an abandoned s...
What It's Like To Be
From postal worker to film producer, what is it like to do what you do?
Home Office
A workplace watercooler for telecommuters and anyone who wears pajamas to work.
College Grads
Converse and commiserate with other newly minted adults.
Kayleigh Downs12 hours ago
The Dreaded No-Show Client
So your 11 AM client didn't show? It's 11:15 AM. You have been polite and given them the 15 minute leeway. But you already have that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach. So you make the call, n...
Tatiana Ward16 hours ago
5 Tips for When You're Ready to Dump Writer's Block and Self-Doubt
Dear Writer's Block and Self-Doubt, It's you. BOTH of you. Not me. We're done. Sincerely, Unfulfilled, Fed Up and Haven't Written in Days. We all write for different reasons. One of the most common re...
Ti Ana2 days ago
Nervousness on the New Job: Words to Get You Through It
I’ve recently moved across the country for a job as a student affairs professional in a community college - new place, new apartment, new everything. I drove from my apartment to the new job location ...
Payton Busskohl8 hours ago
The Wedding Planner's Wedding
If you are someone who, at any point in your life, has thought about what to spend the rest of it doing, I'm sure you have heard something similar to or along the lines of "doing what you love hardly ...
Jasmine Becker10 hours ago
McDonald's: Closing Shift
It’s five minutes until closing time. It’s dead silent, you’re alone up in front, and there isn’t a customer in sight. I guess can start closing up, you think cheerfully. You turn your back for not ev...
Keba G14 hours ago
Working From Home
I love writing. It brings me joy every time I begin to write things down. I've always wanted to publish a book, create songs, and even become a ghostwriter. This has always been my dream. As I grew ol...
Sarah Phillips3 days ago
Automation, E-Commerce and Six Must-Have Emails to Nail Today
No matter what you're selling, social media is often top of mind for many an e-commerce seller. While being present on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, to name a few, is a valuable way to engage with...
Angel Ruiz12 days ago
Life as a Superstore Associate
I have been working for this superstore for three months now and life can show you what a challenge is. People come from so many backgrounds and yet they all have the same thought because why not? "He...
Book Editing Website Business
One of my business ideas is a website that people can edit books on. It would have a back office where you can log in. Then as an editor, you can edit a manuscript inside the back office using a progr...
Stan Kubler6 days ago
Great TED Talks to Inspire Company Culture
TED Talks gather some of the greatest thinkers from around the world and explore complex issues and ideas. They distribute these actionable talks around the world for free, in hopes of inspiring its l...
Bobby M.10 days ago
Dealing with Your Part-time Job until Fame Kicks In
I like this world where everybody wants to be a somebody, as most people say. What they don't realize is how everybody is already a somebody no matter what you do; other than the bad things like cheat...
Why Do They Call It a Blog?
There have been some weird words that have become popular as our century has worn on—I'm looking at you, twerk—but one of those that has always confounded me is blog. Who on Earth came up with that? I...
Savana Verret24 days ago
6 Things I Learned Working in Retail
It's the holiday season; a time where family and friends come together to celebrate their respective festivities, give and receive gifts, and take time to relax. It's also the time of year that people...
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Lacee Thompson2 months ago
5 Business Ideas for Entrepreneurs on a Budget
We've all been through grinding jobs trying to make ends meet paycheck by paycheck. But if you're an ambitious entrepreneur with a burning desire to receive more than just a paycheck every week, it ma...
Daylon Granillo2 months ago
10 Awesome Writing or Journal Topics
Once again you find yourself looking to write. It's the one time of the day that you really get to let it all out. Furiously, you look back at the pages of old writings and realize you are all out of ...
Brooke Noelle14 hours ago
The Meaning of "Home"
This morning was cold. Frigid, really. I dragged myself out of bed, threw on a sweater, and braced myself for the 10-minute drive to work. I could see my breath in my car the entire way, and the heat ...
Whitney Moye8 days ago
For My Ears
So I drive Uber and Lyft for extra money just like most people in my city. I started driving for Uber over a year ago and I have meet some pretty interesting people from all over. When providing this ...
Shamus Roan13 days ago
When Profiling Isn't Harmful
For over 15 years I worked the doors in Melbourne, I have encountered enough things to last a life time of articles and stories, but today I want to speak about how profiling can save someone from har...
Hillari Hunter3 days ago
Here To Make Money, Not Friends
It’s been my experience that toxic workplaces don’t get better. Often it is not just the boss or a few catty co-workers who are the problems, but a whole culture of disrespect in the company that has ...
Hannah Petch7 days ago
How to Get Through Writer's Block
I think it's fair to say that every writer feels the panic of not being able to think up new and original ideas. Being a writer is hard. There are so many writers constantly having new and brilliant i...
Sarah Phillipsa month ago
Christmas, Marketing, and Why I Almost Went Crazy at the Mall Today
The day I received my Marketing Degree, my Dad starting referring to me as a "Master Manipulator." I'd love to say it was affectionate, but I'm not sure it was. He would point his finger at me every t...
Dustin Murphy12 days ago
What's My Life Post-Creators Like?
Since Oct. 25, 2017, I'd bid my farewell to those I'd met during my time at Creators Media. The followers, the colleagues, the editors, and, ultimately, my first paid writing gig. A gig that allowed m...
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Katana Haleya month ago
Why You Should Be Advertising on Instagram and How To Get Started
Marketers that have completed successful Instagram ad campaigns will tell you that this form of advertising definitely works. There are 700 million active users on Instagram, your audience is there. E...
Kid TheGaminga month ago
Life of a Broke Gamer
Gaming has been, for me, the one place I could escape my problems and jump into a fantasy world, where everything in the world is vibrant and eye-catching. This day in the age of social media sites su...
Deanne Adams6 days ago
Networking Nightmare
The room was beginning to fill up with people. Several groups of business owners had formed, coffee cups in hand. The chatter of small talk buzzed back and forth. It was Jane's first networking meetin...
Robyn Justinea month ago
Books for Thought
When it comes to books “don’t just read the easy stuff. You may be entertained by it but you will never grow from it.” This is a quote from one my favourite motivational speakers Jim Rohn. Where I don...
William Inglis2 months ago
Group Interview: 5 Tips to Survive and Flourish
We’ve all had that wonderful feeling of being invited to an interview, it’s confirmation that your application was top quality and the company wants to meet you. Continue reading further down the emai...
Anik Marchand2 months ago
Conversation with a Motion Designer
Let me introduce to you a fantastic self-taught motion designer from Southern France named Jordan Coelho, or what he likes to refer to himself as—Barth. Coelho, like many motion designers, has been dr...
Ossiana Tepfenhart3 months ago
Signs You're Interviewing for a Fake Job Opportunity
As a writer and a workaholic, I have a lot of beef with the people and organizations that offer fake job opportunities. The working world is filled with them — and many of them take advantage of peopl...
Kristina Lucas10 days ago
Something Eerie
It was past 8, and I had just finished babysitting for the night. I didn’t drive due to the house only being a few blocks from where I lived. I lived in a quiet, peaceful town where nothing ever happe...
Holly P.2 months ago
Google Search: Jobs You Can Do Without a College Degree
I just changed my major for the third and (hopefully) last time. I am still three years away from graduation, meanwhile, I am building a business with a skill that I learned outside of a university. E...
Culture Flub
“Culture” is defined as the set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution or organization. “Culture fit” is a common phrase, often given a lot of weight withi...
Punitive Parallels — The Genocide of Neighbors
The world has witnessed many atrocities... some worse than others. The Rwandan genocide and the Holocaust are two of the most horrific and devastating. These two acts of genocide differed in the manne...
Sean Patrick5 months ago
What I Learned Reporting on the Death of Princess Diana
I was 20 years old when I landed my first job in professional radio. I began work as what we called a board operator, the person in charge of making sure that syndicated programming, in this case the ...
Maruf Hossain6 months ago
Standardized Testing
"I Just Sued The School System" in many ways has emphasized the overall core issue in the U.S. Education System. The one size fits all, cookie cutter issue. It has also explained a major issue within standardized testing.
Samuel Spencer2 months ago
9 Famous and Inspirational People Who Found Their Dream Jobs in Their 20s and Beyond
Being in your mid-20s is hell, especially if you have any kind of big dreams. As your friends start to get their dream jobs and generally settle down in houses you have no idea how they paid for, you ...
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Caolinn Douglas3 months ago
Sexual Harassment and Seeing Women As They Are
In light of recent reports detailing Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein's alleged acts of sexual harassment and assault, a Medium article was released advising male readers that if they are ever unsure ...
Gail Nobles5 months ago
Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie is an interesting actress. I have never seen a female actress act in movies like she does. She is fun to watch and I love watching her. Angelina can do some amazing stunts. She can driv...