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La Mesa She-Shed, Progress Pics

Our client in La Mesa just had a baby and no longer has room in her house for her home office. However she has room to spare off the end of her usable backyard space which slopes down into a canyon, so we decided to build a she-shed there. 75 more words

Bonus Space

Make your training room conducive to learning

Corporate trainings are a great way to empower and add to the skills of employees. Bringing in experts and resource speakers who will share their know-how with the team shows how much a company values the development of their people. 445 more words

Office Meetings (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Reena Saxena

Founder & Owner of: Reinventions by Reena

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Fashion & Style, Successful Living and Writing Writer… 99 more words


Campus Security

So, my daughter has been considering which college to fly off to in the Fall and in so doing, she’s been researching them, visiting, all of the things you do before making such a life-changing decision.  893 more words

Everyday Musings

DiBella Law Offices Scholarship 2017

As a Muslim woman who’s been the victim of racial discrimination and bullying, I hope to utilize this scholarship so a window is opened for me, allowing me to obtain opportunities to uncover the blanket of the mass media, revealing the oppression and social discrimination citizens face in the oppressed nations, conflicts such as: women being raped, children limited from education due to either the schools being bombed, their homes being barricaded by anti Islamic terrorist groups, or simply because their parents don’t have the money, and social unrest. 537 more words


7 megaprojects that will transform Chinese cities by 2050

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

China is rapidly urbanizing. More than half of China’s population now lives in cities, and over 100 Chinese cities have over 1 million people each. 763 more words


A new performance review process could fight cultural bias against women at work

A month or so ago, a friend of mine—a postdoctoral fellow at my university—invited me out for lunch, along with a colleague I’d never met. At lunch, my friend introduced me: “Aliya is a postdoc here. 688 more words