Tag Archives: success

Office Chatter Box

During staff meetings, one of my co-workers can’t seem to stop talking. “Megan” dominates every discussion with a detailed rehash of previous topics and an obsessive focus on minor details. Our manager allows her to ramble on without doing anything … Continue reading

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Kitchen Mishaps

I found a Post-It on a cookbook that read “What’s the worst meal you have ever made?” The question annoyed me and reminded me of the interview question “What’s your weakness?” I mean, really, who wants to talk about their … Continue reading

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Representation

If in high school i’d felt as if I were representing my neighborhood, now at Princeton  I was representing my race. Anytime I found my voice in class or nailed an exam, I quietly hoped it help make a larger … Continue reading

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The First

Its not so much being black- it’s being the first. That is so phenomenal. It’s an honor. For young girls who are looking up. I want to make a difference. – Vivian Covington Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the … Continue reading

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How Old are You?

Should you remove all age identifiers from your resume? This became the talk in my circle after I sent out this article. I personally never put the year I graduated on my resume. I figure if it is that important, … Continue reading

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