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How To Human With Other Humans (Who Have a Chronic Illness).

This shouldn’t be too hard, right? After all, a person with a chronic illness is still a person, talking to them shouldn’t be too difficult. Well, apparently when people hear you have a chronic illness they forget all etiquette and normal human conversation in place of offensive, bizarre, ignorant or utterly boring statements. 671 more words

Associate Advice: Six Tips for Successful Work Lunches

Happy Hump Day, Law Babe!

It’s finally summer (officially not until tomorrow, but whatever).  That means that plenty of summer lunches are on tap, whether you’re a full-on associate or a summer associate.  355 more words

Cost of Progress

We have lost our ethics for the sake of “progress”. I look back and wonder how much we have accomplished but at what cost? the cost for all this progress was our ethics, our morals, our sense of right and wrong, more importantly, our conscience. 258 more words

Life

How to be a lady

We made this sweet little graphic for our future daughters  (。♥‿♥。)

We would so love for others to have this and share it with their girls… 17 more words

Think Bank

What Book Bloggers Want Authors To Know

Book reviews are important for authors. It’s good for their sales and it gives them valuable feedback. Authors seek out book bloggers to send copies of their books to in exchange for honest reviews. 768 more words

Writing

Yecheilyah reblogged this on The PBS Blog and commented:

Excellent advice from Rachel.

Summer Road Trips: How to be a good passenger

Summer vacay season has started, which means you and your friends are bound to get together for day trips and weekends away.  With gas at almost 3 dollars a gallon or more depending on where you live, it will make a lot of sense to carpool with friends.   592 more words

How To

Immodesty becomes her?

When the Toronto Globe & Mail announced that in future only medical doctors would be accorded the title ‘Dr’, it probably wasn’t expecting this news to cause much of a stir. 2,037 more words