With the month of January almost to an end, my brain’s wave lengths are thinking of family I wasn’t able to see during the holidays, deadlines, and of course, those extra pounds. According to firstgov.gov, “Lose Weight ” is the most popular New Year’s resolution, followed by “Pay Off Debt,” “Save Money,” and “Get a Better Job.” Interestingly enough, “Get Fit,” and “Eat
If the rich get richer because they rely on the poor, is it accurate to say the rich will soon hire brainless employees because our public school system doesn’t offer the right education during the elemental years? Plus, with the decline of teaching jobs, are all of the good professors hired or looking for jobs?
An understanding of “freedom of education” is equivalent to the
When your neighborhood baker is truly not so ordinary. Instead; he is a mind-blowing entrepreneur.
Sitting at my neighborhood’s Einstein Bros. Bagels, I was getting ready to finish the final editing on this issue’s feature story, when the “Baker,” whom we shall call Jack, in order to protect his integrity, asked, “Mavi, what do you do here at 5:30 am every week?” With a tired smile
What the businesswoman does during the busiest shopping season of the year reflects her yearly rewards and her man’s call of duty.
Prada, Coach, and Louis Vuitton are beckoning. Signature features and prominent logos are on her mind as she heads for the latest from her favorite designers. Sometimes that special woman can go shopping alone. But it serves a two-fold mission in a woman's world to
Fire spreads fast, and sometimes enthusiasm or egotistical rumors on the one who scored more points can spread just as rampant. Remembering team bungee jumping, paint-ball wars, whitewater rafting, and my favorite, zip lining across the Costa Rican jungles may lead to many high five’s in the moment, but are likely to cause a lasting impression in the quality of work and relationships around the