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        Skirt: Ann Taylor LOFT T-shirt: Target Cardigan: Target Bracelet: Target Necklace/Earrings/Belt: NY & Co. Shoes: Alfani Like the outfit? See more details here!   I’ve been working my way through the tactics that retailers use to partner with bloggers, and today’s post discusses the “freebies” that retailers give to bloggers and readers. Giveaways [...]

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      Dress: JC Penney Shoes: Alfani Earrings: NY & Co. Like the outfit? See more details here! After a long absence, the outfits are making an appearance on the blog again! As I’m not a fashion blogger, the outfits may come and go in spurts, but a recent comment on Corporette sparked my interest in [...]

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    Yesterday’s post talked about Blockbuster’s missed opportunity to provide great customer service. Today’s experience is the exact opposite, as I had a great customer experience over Twitter with the NBAA. Our conference starts in just a few weeks, and I’ve been waiting patiently (ok, not so patiently, but still) for the shuttle bus schedule to [...]

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    I’m excited to announce that my article for The Daily Muse is featured on the Forbes website today. The Daily Muse is a Forbes contributor, and my article appears under their column in the ForbesWoman Leadership section of the site. You can view the article here. The Daily Muse is a great site for professional [...]

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      For those who haven’t seen this story making the rounds on the internet, JC Penney caused a social media storm with a shirt for girls age 7-16 that reads, “I’m too pretty to do homework, so my brother has to do it for me.” Within hours, Tweets and Facebook posts condemning the shirt hit [...]

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    With all the Tweeting, blogging, academic papers, and business proposals I’ve been writing over the years, I still haven’t found an answer to, “How long should it be?” Thus, I thought I’d give some suggestions that I’ve heard over the years. “The length of your paper should be like the length of a girl’s skirt: [...]

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      I had the pleasure of meeting some bloggers this weekend in real life, so I thought I’d post a picture. Angeline, from The New Professional, is taking a cross-country adventure to make the move for her husband’s new job, and she and her husband stopped in the Dallas area for a few nights. Kileen, [...]

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    I thought about posting this one yesterday, but then I switched. So unfortunate, as it would have been the perfect coincidence after some of our topical discussions in my latest class, Organizational Behavior. Let’s take a walk down memory lane, shall we? Back to the days before the internet, when research had to be done [...]

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    A big thanks to Cassie from Oh Say Can You Say for nominating me for a Versatile Blogger Award! In accordance with the award, I’ll share 7 random facts about myself: 1) I love the arts! I’m into singing, acting, and dancing in musicals, and I love attending live music and art exhibits. My tastes [...]

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    I’m always amazed by humans’ response to natural disasters. You hear amazing stories of survival, see extreme acts of compassion, and a general goodwill from the rest of the world to help rebuild the affected area. And then, you have the scammers. Forbes published an article this morning about people who rushed to register pertinent [...]

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