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Avoid the Void in Your Daily Living: How to Live Life to the Fullest

December 27, 2017  
Filed under Smart & Savvy

Avoid the Void in Your Daily Living: How to Live Life to the Fullest

Ever get the feeling like something’s missing in your life even though your schedule is packed back to back with social gatherings and activities after work and weekends? Or maybe you have loads of extra time and don’t know how to use it. Living life to the fullest starts with reshaping the way you think […]

Diligent Work Ethic: 7 Reasons Why You Should Do Your Job Well

August 7, 2017  
Filed under The Workplace

Diligent Work Ethic: 7 Reasons Why You Should Do Your Job Well

In a world of bad bosses, little pay, boring work or colleagues you don’t get along with, there’s always something that stops you from doing and trying your very best at work. But when you have a reason or goal to look forward to, it can make all the difference. Here are 7 reasons why […]

The Top 5 Traits of Highly Successful People

June 4, 2016  
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The Top 5 Traits of Highly Successful People

We all know that feeling when our mind and heart want to do something but the action doesn’t follow—setting your alarm to 5am, when reality is 7am; telling yourself you’re going to work out everyday, when it’s actually once a month or none; committing to start a new venture, only to realize that it’s already […]

Packing Lunch for Work: 5 Unique Ideas That Don’t Include Sandwiches

June 23, 2015  
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Packing Lunch for Work: 5 Unique Ideas That Don’t Include Sandwiches

Most of us spend on average 40 hours a week at work. But when your lunches are composed mostly of meals that come from your nearest fast food joint, it can take a toll on your body and/or your wallet in the long run. Better to spend those extra calories and cash during social gatherings or […]

Professional Dress Code for Spring & Summer

May 12, 2015  
Filed under The Workplace

Professional Dress Code for Spring & Summer

Winter is long gone, but maybe your wardrobe still consists of drab and somber colors because you just don’t know how to do professional any other way. Whether your job requires the prim and proper look or not, it’s always a smart choice to stay on top of your style game and look like you […]

What’s Your Level of Patience?

April 8, 2015  
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What’s Your Level of Patience?

I f e v e r y w o r d i n a n a r t i c l e w a s written in that way, would it drive you crazy? Would you have the patience to read it all the way through or would you just “forget it” and move on? […]

5 Vices to Master

March 6, 2015  
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5 Vices to Master

When you think of Homer Simpson and Garfield, Scrooge and the Grinch, Miranda Priestly (Devil Wears Prada) and Wilhelmina Slater (Ugly Betty), specific characteristics come to mind. While amusing to watch on the screen, it becomes a different story when these things play out in our own lives. These moral flaws, evil practices or unhealthy habits are called […]

Interview with Actress Narisa Suzuki

January 26, 2015  
Filed under Profiles / Interviews

Interview with Actress Narisa Suzuki

{Photo by Madoka Hamlin} Narisa Suzuki, a Japanese native who moved to the United States at the age of 18, is an actress and model based in Los Angeles with a background in musical theater and opera. When asked about how she defines success, her answer wasn’t about getting to a certain destination or reaching a […]

Global Influence: 5 Facts About Korean Pop Culture, Beauty & Fashion

January 13, 2015  
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Global Influence: 5 Facts About Korean Pop Culture, Beauty & Fashion

Korean dramas, Gangnam Style, K-pop, Samsung, Hyundai and amazing skincare products might be the first things that come to mind when you think of South Korea. But with 50 million people living in a country the size of Utah (which has a population of 2.9 million), along with a competitive nature that stems from the […]

Daily Reminders We Often Forget About Until We Read or Hear About Them

December 31, 2014  
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Daily Reminders We Often Forget About Until We Read or Hear About Them

Perfect reminders all year round. 1) Drink more water. We all know this age-old advice but we often forget, missing out on major benefits. When you drink up, it helps clear blemishes and shave years off your face like it did for this gal. She conducted a four-week experiment of drinking three liters of water […]

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