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Say what you want about reality television; I'm not listening. I truly think that The Real Housewives of Atlanta provides excellent role models for women, especially for women of color. Let's take, for instance, last night's episode: Last night, a strange and wonderful thing came to pass. NeNe Leakes, one of the housewives and my … Continue reading Feminism, Please Meet The Real Housewives of ATL
If you work for a company that doesn't recycle, doesn't compost garbage, doesn't have options for public transportation, doesn't use EnergyStar appliances, uses plastic silverware, prints everything one-sided, doesn't match employee contributions to charity, doesn't mentor new employees, uses paper or plastic cups, or thinks they're above any of the preceding, then you should step … Continue reading All Those Wasted Paper Coffee Cups
I've had quite a few jobs at small companies, be they twenty employees or five. So I've had a wide variety of environments in which I've had to make work friends. But it was only after my last job that I realized how insanely important it is to go out of your way to make … Continue reading Work Friends and Acquaintances
I would just like to point out that vegan cookies are just as good (if not better) than normal cookies. Perhaps this is because of sunflower oil or because the butter in normal cookies is basically hardened fat that will go into your body and harden around your arteries and slowly kill you. I'm going … Continue reading Chocolate-Chocolate Chip