In honor of my mother, for her birthday. She's a lover of self-help books, especially the Four Agreements. Happy birthday, Momma!
Morning! So last week we covered Executive Fashion. Today, I want to talk about the next step down-- business fashion. Sure, these two things might sound like the same sort of thing, the lines of distinction are quite fuzzy, but think of it as a pyramid: Why is it a pyramid? Lots of offices/industries [...]
Resume advice for college students or recent college graduates
This is the first in a three part series about looking professional in the workplace, while looking your age. It includes a discussion of the "levels" of fashion you'll see in a professional setting, and focuses on the most conservative level, Executive Fashion.
You got: Most Likely To Become President You were hardworking and goal-oriented even in high school. Chances are you were involved in student government and a whole slew of extracurriculars (some you legit liked, some just beefed up your college apps). Whether or not you’re actually into politics now, chances are you’re more successful than [...]
We must stop thinking of the individual and start thinking about what is best for society. -Hillary Clinton I want to live in the best possible world. One where people are equal and kind to each other. And I know that all sounds like the ramblings of an idealist not a realist, and I know [...]
I sent an email. Literally, a random, unsolicited email to my now boss. It was the April of my senior year in college, and I might have been freaking out about the future. Hmm, sounds familiar. I am a soon-to-be graduate of Agnes Scott College, and was wondering if the Mayor's Office of Constituent Services [...]