Tag Archives: privacy
I carry around one $100 bill to tip someone randomly. I go about my business and when I find that person who needs a pick-me-up, I plant the big bill as I normally would: in the hand of the hair … Continue reading
We’ve been taught to keep people out of our finances…. but we’re not privy to what others are being paid. An employer might justify an offer based on your pervious salary history. The problem is…we’re already many steps behind. Positively … Continue reading
I don’t think that PEOPLE, just because they have this JOB, that EVERY ASPECT of their life should be WATCHED and WRITTEN about. We haven’t SIGNED UP for a REALITY TV SHOW. – Florence Pugh Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks … Continue reading
My sister, brother and I are all in our early 60s. My question is about cellphone etiquette. Today my sister called me from her car (which is the topic of a whole other subject – that is, people who can’t … Continue reading
“I would never fill my living room with family photographs. Framed snapshots go in your more private spaces.” —Wesley Moon, founder of Wesley Moon Inc.