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I’ve been wanting to write this post for quite some time now, but feared that it wouldn’t be well-received. I’ve thought a lot about how this post fits in with my mission for this blog and came to the decision that the time has come. This post is not going to be me standing on a soap box telling you what and what not to believe. Rather, I’m going to share the ways I’ve been able to stay mentally afloat during our very interesting current political climate in the United States. If you have any tips or suggestions for how you’ve navigating this political age of rapidly developing news stories, please leave them below in the comments for others to benefit from as well.
Ever heard of babysitting? Dog sitting is just like that except for, you’ve guessed it, you’re watching a dog. Over the summer, I had the absolute joy of dog sitting my boss’s dog and learned quite a few things from the experience. I have only dog sat a handful of times and would love to hear your tips if you have more experience in this arena. P.S. Yes, all of the photos in this post are of my dog, Jace Cooper. No, I don’t feel bad about it.
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As I navigated through my business-oriented classes in college, professors emphasized the significance of dressing for success which often mean an expensive suit and heels. When I began landing interviews of my own, I quickly learned that the usual suit and heels could be loosely interpreted as business casual: dress pants, a button down and a nice cardigan. Something else I quickly learned: no matter which way you spin it, business clothes are expensive. My budget has required me to get a bit creative when it comes to beefing up my business casual wardrobe and today, I’m sharing my tips for how to save money on business casual clothing.