7 Steps to Handling Bad Reviews with Style & Grace

When we first got our start 10 years ago one of the many things on our priority list was compiling pictures and testimonials for the website. I didn’t even know what a stock photo was so we did a zero budget photo shoot in my mom’s living room moving all the furniture away from one wall to create a backdrop. Fortunately, my best friend from high school could fit into all my old homecoming and prom dresses my mom had made me. Voila! We created our very first portfolio. The testimonials came from the dozens of family and friends that
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If we can do it, anyone can!

I’ll never forget the day my mom told me “I quit my job.” Selling furniture just wasn’t going to do it for her being the type of person that had to have meaningful work. It wasn’t much of a surprise considering just six months prior she left a career in education after working tirelessly for nearly 10 years.  Today, she believes her time at Providence High School was a blessing that saved her from the despair she was going through after recently becoming a single mom. After her proclamation she proceeded to show me her new business cards proudly unveiling
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Jennifer Lawrence Is Right to an Extent

Meryl Streep was one of the first who came out about income inequality in Hollywood.  Actresses, directors and every other profession in the industry followed soon after in support of Meryl’s statement.  Jennifer Lawrence’s formal decry generated the most buzz rightly so, because if anything is going to change the current generation will carry the torch. READ ON TO LEARN ABOUT SEAMSTRESSES/DRESSMAKERS/TAILORS While I definitely sympathize with any marginalized group no matter the context, I know many don’t give these headlines a second thought unless it hits close to home.  Even those with a working female spouse, mom, neighbor, or
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