Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Young women all across the United States are entering the workforce with high ambitions about their professional endeavors in the real world. Some of you may be entering an office atmosphere, a lab, a hospital, or in my case a cubicle for blogging and endless sites for shooting segments. Whether your boss or supervisor is female or male, sexual harassment in the workplace is a very real issue. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Commission sexual harassment can include, unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical…

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July Dos & Don’ts

With summer in full swing you still have plenty of time to accomplish what you want this summer! With June over and August approaching sooner then you would like, now is the time to plan your July experiences before school has to start becoming a real thought. Here are just a few July suggestions: Do work the extra shift. You will need that money after the summer months! Don’t pass up a day or night at the lake. Do plan something you wouldn’t normally plan with your friends! Don’t forget to put on that…

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Your Different BFFs

Good friends are hard to come by is what I’ve always been told. You grow up with your AAU sports friends, elementary school friends, middle school friends, high school friends, and college friends. You develop strong relationships, some that last and some that don’t. Over the course of your life you come across girls and boys that become your best friends but each one brings different meaning to your life. Here are the BFFs that exist in my life.   The First You NEVER EVER forget your first best friend.…

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Like Mother, Like Daughter

“Oh my gosh, I sound like my mother!” Growing up I find myself saying those words to myself more often than not.  Being raised in a single parent household, my mom was the only person I had at the end of the day. Like many daughters, I know the drama of mother vs. daughter. All of the sick days, dance recitals, basketball games, and whatever else was up your sleeve, she was there.  As you grow up, the beliefs and standards that your mom instilled in you starts to shine through…

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Educate Yourself: 5 Simple Ways

With a busy school, work, and social schedule, often times you feel like you have no idea what is going on in the world around you. There is nothing better than being an intelligent and updated woman. Here are 5 simple ways to learn something new each day. Download a News App of Your Choice. We all spend countless time on our phones each day whether it be on Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram. Why not make it CNN,BBC, or Fox? Whatever news outlet you prefer, these apps send notifications letting…

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3 Steps for the Young Entrepreneur

In today’s world being your own boss seems to be at the top of everyone’s radar, but is it right for you? Often times people can talk the talk but cannot walk the walk in regards to starting a business or being your own boss. For the young entrepreneurs out there, this post is for you. When thinking about your future what do you see? Knowing or learning what you want comes in three simple steps, such as, writing your goals down, knowing where you stand currently, and visualizing where…

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The Hype On Being Fat Or Broke Airs on TV Tonight

Don’t forget to check out this week’s edition of The Hype TV show when the ladies of The Hype discuss why some people believe it’s easier to lose weight than it is to gain money. We will talk about the perceptions of those who are over weight and those who are under funded and how the opinions change based on gender. We explore everything from fat shaming to broke blaming in this episode. Tune in TONIGHT at 6pm on Philly CAM, Comcast channel 66/ 966 and FIOS channel 29/30 Watch…

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