During this weird limbo of post-grad/pre-career I think it’s important that I stay entirely focused on the current goal: find a job. With my notebook full of article ideas, polished resume and freshly-tailored suit, I believe I have most the supplies to gain employment. But, as I remembered this morning, that isn’t all. I started reading informative articles in the “Interview” section … Keep reading…

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When I bought these pleather oxfords, I was thinking two things: they’re cheap and comfortable. At the time, I was having a hard time finding shoes that fit that bill, and so I bought these immediately. Fast forward a year and notice I never wore them. Why? When I tried them on at home I thought they looked too much like jazz … Keep reading…

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As you may have noticed in my Birchbox posts, I’m not really a perfume person. As much as I love the idea of starting each day with a fabulous spritz of Chanel No. 5, I prefer my time to be spent free of headaches, migraines and general discomfort. After a lifetime of hating perfume, I’ve finally found a few scents that even … Keep reading…

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The investment bag. Just the phrase makes my eyes open wider. To some, these purses carry labels like Louis Vuitton or Mulberry; in my world, $100+ is quite the investment, and I expect something fantastic for that price. Enter the Coach Factory store, and the beautiful purse I found there. Originally priced at $398, I purchased the bag for $137– great deal, … Keep reading…

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I am lucky enough to have received some pretty amazing graduation gifts, mainly in the form of bottled alcohol and money. To a newly¬†unemployed¬†22-year-old gal, those are– let’s be honest– great presents. But I was given one thing that was more activity than alcohol and mouse than money: a trip to Orlando, Florida with my boyfriend and my mother to go to … Keep reading…

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