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Professional Dress Code for Spring & Summer

May 12, 2015  
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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 […]

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

April 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 […]

How to Be a Perfectionist (It’s a Good Thing, Actually)

December 22, 2014  
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How to Be a Perfectionist (It’s a Good Thing, Actually)

While “I’m a perfectionist” might not be the smartest answer to give to a job interviewer’s request to “Tell me about your strengths and weaknesses” (since perfectionists can be known to have difficulties finishing tasks on time), being a perfectionist is actually a good thing…with the right approach, that is. The wrong way to be […]

Work Bags: Stylish Schlepping for Him & Her

March 26, 2014  
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Work Bags: Stylish Schlepping for Him & Her

Anyone can look spiffy or chic with the right hair, a perfectly tailored outfit, and, of course, a great bag—not just any ordinary one, but one that is a) multifunctional b) withstands weight and c) gives you the ability to look effortlessly cool without doing much. Here are 10 for your liking. FOR THE LADIES […]

Drab to Fab: Office Space Interior Ideas

January 18, 2013  
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Drab to Fab: Office Space Interior Ideas

By Melissa Ortiz — IF YOU want change, now is the perfect time. Switching up the look and feel of your surroundings can do wonders for your attitude and work ethic. It also forces you to organize all the things that you’ve kept in a pile for—be honest—months and months. You don’t have to be […]

10 Professional Networking Tips for the Unmingled

October 8, 2012  
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10 Professional Networking Tips for the Unmingled

By Abigail Crawford — We all heard the saying that it’s not what you know, but who you know. Well, in the end you need both, but to advance further at a quicker pace, your valuable connections end up being the game changers. To increase your chances of meeting the right people for your professional […]

Office Space Design Ideas: Inspirations from Top Companies

August 6, 2012  
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Office Space Design Ideas: Inspirations from Top Companies

You can’t deny that having a sweet office space changes the nature of how you work and overall mood. Check out the following office space design snippets from top companies and see how they play up their everyday workspace. LEGO – Toy manufacturing company based in Billund, Denmark. Lego utilizes what their brand represents and […]

Summer Office Wear: Sweet Picks for Him & Her

July 2, 2012  
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Summer Office Wear: Sweet Picks for Him & Her

By Alicia Olivares — Many of us will be spending our summers inside of an office or building, but that doesn’t mean your work attire has to remain dark and drab. Try brightening up your office wardrobe by adding crisp whites, color blocks, or by sporting unique, nature-inspired footwear. As the temperature rises, try to […]

Words of Advice from 6 Successful Entrepreneurs

July 18, 2011  
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Words of Advice from 6 Successful Entrepreneurs

From the coolest nerd ever to the most cutting-edge fashion designer to have lived in this era, there’s an element that sets the best and the greatest apart from the pack. We selected a few of these trailblazers and here’s what they have to say in their own wisdom-filled words. —         […]

Working Life Balance: Where Do You Measure Up On the Scale?

June 20, 2011  
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Working Life Balance: Where Do You Measure Up On the Scale?

Whether you’re an ambitious workaholic slaving away up to 70 – 80 hours a week or a pleasure-seeking socialite who’s never had to work a day in your life, it’s clear that there’s an imbalance that needs to be rectified. You always hear the words “work/life balance” but what does that exactly mean? Well, we […]

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