Sex, Love & Workwear

Bullsh*t Dating Moves that People Pull that Are Well... Completely Bullsh*t

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Bullsh*t Dating Moves that People Pull that Are Well... Completely Bullsh*t
The dating game can kinda suck but if you know how to avoid the bullsh*t and stop pulling the bullsh*t yourself, it can suck a little less. Here are a few ridiculous moves that people, myself included, run that are signs to GTFO. All in all, if someone is truly interested in you, it will be clear as crystal-- like the really expensive diamond kind of crystal. 

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Sex Horoscope

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Sex Horoscope
Swiping right (ugh, left)? Planning your next single gals-a-way trip? Going through a a sh*tty breakup? Picking that perfect date night spot? We got you! Here is your Sex Horoscope for this upcoming week.

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A Manager's Resolution Guide for 2020

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A Manager's Resolution Guide for 2020

We all make personal resolutions in the New Year but what about professional ones. This is a summary of "A Manager's Manifesto for 2020" written for The Economist.  Here are 7 resolutions to adopt, as a manger or high level professional, in the new year.  1) Praise 🙌🏻... give it out. Not all the time but when its truly deserved. People of course come to work to make $$ but that’s not the only reason. They also like to know that they are doing a good job. So, in this new year, give your employees specific, public praise.  2) Set the...

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Degrees of Dress Formality

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Degrees of Dress Formality
Let's make 2020 one where you stand out and get noticed! Who knows you might get a promotion at the end ;).

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“It’s the most wonderful time of the year,” but is it really?

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“It’s the most wonderful time of the year,” but is it really?

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year,” but is it? I love the snow, hot cocoa, mulled wine, and celebrating the end of the year with friends, but the undeniable element of stress that comes along with the holiday season can sometimes put a damper on my spirits.  For those of us with blended or broken families, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s can be filled with uneasiness. With your friends donning their matchy pajamas and drinking cups of Christmas cheer, the discomfort that often comes with the holiday seems so unwelcome and unnatural. Walking the fine line...

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