Unsurprisingly, however, a lot of professionals are taking to the internet to “snoop” on potential employees. Here are a few things to remember when you’re looking for jobs and know that a potential employer might be checking out your social media feed.
Do you live in Houston? Are you completely excited about finding new places to visit or simply looking for a spot to take her out? Well, worry no more! Below I’ve compiled a list of places to check out for an ideal date. Perhaps this could get you started.
There’s so much noise everywhere in our lives. Sometimes, it amounts to just too much stress. The news regularly reports murder, rape, robbery and crime. We work 80 plus hours, some even more. We deal with family, friendship, and relationship issues. We try to keep up with social media and our finances, all while trying to remain sane on a daily basis.
It happened to me, it happens to everyone. Sometimes we’re too scared to quit something that we started with lots of love and passion…but it is necessary. As cliché as it might sound, if it doesn’t make you happy, QUIT!
Recently, I read an article on Vice about the power of empathy and empathetic individuals. The article outlined different personalities and examined how empathetic people feel the emotions of others. It detailed how easily some people can be influenced by different energies and carry the “weight” of others on their shoulders.
The love from women on social media is prevalent, beautiful and even overwhelming at times. So imagine how shocked I am whenever I am slapped in the face by the reality that some women are nicer on social media than they are in person.
As people, we are so quick to point fingers and judge new believers. We expect God to snap his fingers, and immediately release us from the flawed, sinful nature of our past and turn us into the cookie cut perfect version of ourselves. As much as we’d like to believe that this is true, it’s not.
Have you ever been the only (blank) in the room? The only black person? The only gay person? The only atheist? The token. Being the token carries a sort of pressure that I don't think people ever really talk about.
Over several decades, we have seen how America has a long and continuous history of racial profiling and police brutality. I recently finished reading the outstanding and critically-acclaimed novel by Angie Stone, the Hate you give. The novel centers a young black girl named Starr who lives in a poor neighborhood while attends a predominantly white school where she tries not to be the stereotypical black girl.
As a student, things can get pretty hectic. As summer slowly comes to an end, back to school season is approaching. This means returning to a routine, early mornings, copious amounts of coffee, and sleepless nights.
I recall a period of time before reaching my early twenties when my friends and I made a conscious decision to not try to get into a “serious” relationship. My best friend vowed that she only wanted casual flings, and nothing but casual flings. It was the age of “talking” which to be honest, I’ve always had mixed feelings about. More so confused, since the phrase seemingly had too many meanings.
When I was a young girl, you could always find me somewhere with a box of Crayola crayons, a stack of blank print paper, and a coloring book. I would always let my imagination run as far as it possibly could when it came to creating the perfect masterpiece to my liking. I would draw things like castles, oceans, houses, flowers, blocked letters and more, in various colors. When you are a kid, you are allowed to let your imagination take over; there are no limits when it comes to setting goals or dreaming a dream.
If you know what you're passionate about, you should consider yourself very lucky because there's a lot of people in this world that don't know what their true calling is. That's why need to follow your dreams and create your own path that is separate from your parents because you can't live your life according to other people expectations.
You have probably heard a lot about the Dreamers, and you are wondering: Who are they? Why do I care? What can I do?Well, I am here to tell you. The Dreamers is a term coined by Barak Obama when referring to immigrants who migrated to the United States as a child and have successfully established a life here.