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    Being a working parent is hard work. The work-life balance does not exist. I find myself battling with constant guilt for wanting to pursue a career or wanting to reach the many goals I set for myself. In the mix of reaching goals, someone has to suffer. Whether that be the kids, my wife, or ...
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    Starting a career is a different experience for everybody. Some study the practice of their career for years under the guidance of those who’ve already mastered it. Some find their career out-of-the-blue or accidentally stumble upon it. Others sharpen their skills on their own whether by choice or due to limiting circumstances. With the help ...
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    I refuse to work for an asshole. Many will say that I’m snotty for this mentality or I’m a millennial so I’m clearly entitled. And guess what? People are allowed their opinions. I refuse to work for an asshole. And by asshole, I mean the rude, arrogant, domineering type of personality who doesn’t care about ...
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    To “keep it together” is a very broad goal in the grand scheme of things. You may try keeping it together during a tense business meeting. Maybe you’re only goal is to get through dinner with the in-laws. It could be that your need to keep it together differs from that of the guy next ...
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    The few lessons I’ve learned in my short time on this Earth. There’s only so many times people can keep making the same mistake before they realize it’s a mistake. Many of these lessons are from those who are older, and some are even from younger; I don’t judge wiseness on age. I believe in ...
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    The task of Grocery Shopping has changed with a great, convenient and efficient addition. We once, and still might take part in the simple task of going to the Grocery Store, and buying food after we ran out of food to eat, and beverages to drink since the last time we went to the Grocery ...
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    How many of us grew up with parents who had to get up early to be able to make it to the office on time? Or how about the parents who had to get up SUPER early because of their long commute? Babies learn from observing the world and people around them. As they get ...
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    I will be traveling to Australia and New Zealand for a month, starting tomorrow. The past few weeks have been hectic getting ready for the adventure, so I wanted to take a moment to reflect on how I prepared at work and provide a few tips: Let people know… ahead of time After getting approved of ...
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    “Ugh… I don’t want to go to work.” How many times do you think you say that in a week? Too many times to count, maybe? Yeah, we all make the same complaint. Usually, though, we just mean that we’d rather sleep in and do nothing. But, there’s a big difference between not wanting to ...
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    The despodency that comes with setting the alarm for 6 am in July hit me hard yesterday night. Yes, I am a high school student who has an internship over the summer, and I have confused feelings about it. I go to a highly competitive high school in Turkey, which I believe is preparing me ...