The new Gender Equality movement in advertising is hot, as led by the Association of National Advertisers‘ #SeeHer initiative. Presenting all genders respectfully in advertising impacts Reputation and Calls to Action. Today’s focus is on Gender Equality in wireless advertising. Continue reading
So as we end this class, one thing I want to leave you with is – if you are considering sobriety, you can still keep your friends and be social.
Sobriety may not be for everyone. You must be determined. You must desire it and see the benefit. But how do you handle sobriety at social settings? Continue reading
Summer in Texas always come with the occasional thunderstorm. Thunderstorms have class, but how do you tell their class? One storm can have many different types of characteristics. What may look like a pulse storm may, in fact, be a supercell. Storms will come and storms will go, so you may want to understand how classification of thunderstorms work. Continue reading
Nutrition for Aging Hair
You’ve heard all of the new terms. Orange is the NEW Black and 40 is the new 30. All laughable. Right? Wrong! As women age, they lose some important stuff that keeps them looking young. How can you maintain healthy-looking hair after 40? By developing proper nutrition for aging hair! Continue reading
#HairGoals from Essence Festival
Time, Inc. recently reported that more than 470,000 people attended Essence Festival in New Orleans over the 4th of July weekend. This annual cultural celebration generated a record-breaking 4 billion social media impressions. Are you looking to see #HairGoals from Essence Festival? The wait is over.
Once you make the decision to be sober, consider these practical activities to do instead of drinking.
Once you made up your mind to be sober, you are half way there. Regardless of the reason why you stopped drinking, the temptation to give in is the same. To be sober, you must believe it, and that will also require becoming one.
There are several four letter words, but Fran I use the most. It was the second hurricane to directly hit North Carolina that summer. Underrated Hurricane Fran would become something that people still talk about today. The impact and devastation went from Florida up into the New England states. During this time frame, I was stationed at Camp Lejune North Carolina and experienced the heart of the damage. Continue reading
Being a French resident in the U.S., a European citizen, as well as a self-proclaimed citizen of the world, I am a natural advocate for sister-city relationships. However, some of my friends are rather skeptical about the whole sister-city thing. If you are not sure about where you stand on the topic, here are six coffee talks about the sister-city relationships to help you make up your mind.
The Portuguese in Hawaii is a story I share often. I cherish my heritage. I am in awe at the strength and survival of my ancestors in an unknown land. My excitement is evident every time I get to tell people of the many “Hawaiian” things that actually came with the Portuguese settling in the islands. It’s a rich story, full of honor and pride.
Hawaii’s official State bird is the Hawaiian Goose, but on Kauai, everyone jokes that the “official” birds of the Garden Island are really Kauai’s wild chicken. They greet you as soon as you arrive at the airport. They’re on the beach, in the park, and at the local Walmart. They will will wake you up at 3 in the morning. They can be seen roaming no matter where on the island you go. And Kauai’s wild chicken population is only exploding.
Gougères, pronounced: [ɡuʒɛʁ] are delicious yummy tiny cheese puffs from Burgundy. The French gougères recipe is all about the dough named Pâte à Choux. Burgundians love them warm from the oven with a Kir cocktail. Gougères are a must have bite when wine tasting in their cellars. They also make a perfect starter with salad, soup, or cheese. Check out the French gougères recipe, give it a try, make it your own!
One amusing thing about sobriety are the things you hear when you are sober.
When you let someone know you are sober, you get a distinct look (for better or for worse) and believe it or not, a level of respect you probably haven’t experienced before. Some will respect you more so while some will think you are “boring”. They look at you puzzled and intrigued. Then following that intrigued look come some interesting comments.
Cooping with Alzheimer’s Dimentia requires knowledge of the cause of the brain to slowly deteriorate and die. Alzheimer’s Dimentia manifests itself in many different forms. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia accounting for 50-80% of all dementia. Alzheimer’s is progressive and fatal. Alzheimer’s disease has no current cure-only treatment for the symptoms to improve one’s “quality of life”