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Mandates and Incentives  

The large company I work for has offices throughout the United States. After Covid vaccines became available, a companywide email went out encouraging employees to send in pictures of our vaccination cards that would entitle us to a free gift … Continue reading

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Foster children: Support Social Workers

Re: “Lawsuit: Washington’s shuttling of foster kids fails them” [Jan. 29, Local News]: The disturbing, draining and sometimes dangerous work — often done alone — that social workers do also needs attention. Policies and laws need changing to create a more trauma-informed … Continue reading

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Stand UP

The Power of The People is greater than the people in power Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Meet Future You

I applied for graduate school and had my first interview today. They asked me “Where do I see myself in 10 years.” I informed them assisting girls who are involved in high risk activities toward safer and healthier lives and … Continue reading

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Coverage can’t be bought!

Here’s the most important takeaway: Don’t make quid pro quo offers to journalists. Ever. Bloggers and Instagram “influencers” might take you up on them, but professional reporters and editors won’t — and they’ll be insulted that you asked. (And they’ll … Continue reading

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