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Figure Out Your Own Work Ethic

I’m proud to be part of Generation X. We’re typically defined as individualistic, self-reliant, and entrepreneurial. We’re goal-oriented, philanthropic. We’re gritty. We’re skeptical and resourceful. We say we value work-life balance, but we work our butts off. One day, the … Continue reading

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Sometimes, You Have to Stay Within Your Comfort Zone

There are a lot of things that scare me in life: spiders and heights are at the top of the list. I’m also hesitant to try new foods. And yet, I’ve travelled all over the world, and I haven’t let … Continue reading

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Travel with Tape

When I travel, I carry masking tape with me. It’s not because I expect to be working on any last-minute paint jobs, or to fix an unexpected hem issue. It’s because, when I am on a plane, I can tape … Continue reading

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“I Really Didn’t Like It. At All.”

Everyone I know who has returned from a recent trip to Iceland loved it. They raved about it. So I was excited to go this past August. And after I got back to the States, it took me weeks before … Continue reading

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