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Why I'll only buy the cheapest beans: Private label brands are a Millennial trend

I like the bargain basement prices of basic No Name cans of beans because, really, a bean is a bean. I like the seasonal granolas and hipster chip dips that Trader Joe’s releases on the regular because I like to be amused by my food. 437 more words


Men, Boys, Guys, Dudes. Whatever.

When I first set out to write this post I thought I was going to talk about the dating scene (or lack there of) in Los Angeles. 613 more words

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Agrihoods are coming -- and they're aimed at Millennials

People who can’t get close enough to the land, for whom farmers markets and CSAs are a step too far removed from their food: get ready for agrihoods. 142 more words


8 Things That Will Happen During Your Internship

Summertime in the workplace can mean a lot of things: overly-cool AC, wondering if your dress is too short, five out-of-office responses to every one email you send (unpopular view: I don’t like summer). 976 more words


A New Chapter: REdefining Real Estate

July 23, 2014

By Kyle Rank

“I’ve been selling real estate for longer than you’ve been alive!”

This was the common mantra I used to hear (often accompanied by eye rolling) when I spoke about changing the industry with new concepts as a fresh-faced 21-year-old agent. 492 more words

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

Advertising, Feminism and Sexuality

There is an American misconception about feminism that a woman can’t be empowered and feminine at the same time. For instance, advertisements involving, “sexy women” are often deemed sexist simply because they portray women who aren’t asexual. 268 more words


Is MoMo The New FoMo? Have We Gone Cray?

Where “FoMo” is the fear of missing out, “MoMo” is the mystery of missing out. I can’t help but roll my eyes at this a little bit but I am certain in almost every culture there is the sentiment “do not covet they neighbor,” unfortunately we live in a world that demands we keep up with the Kardashians. 636 more words