Job searching. The daunting task that all of us soon-to-be-grads are constantly stressed about. I’ve done my fair share of scouring online classifieds for jobs in cities across the southeast. My recently panicked state has led me to read several articles that give advice for being more successful when it comes to searching for jobs. If anyone else out there is struggling to find a job, take a deep breathe, and read some of the helpful tips that I’ve learned from professionals.
Well it’s officially fall. You know what that means, pumpkin spiced lattes, ugg boots, taking unrealistic pictures of fall leaves on the ground and sweater weather. The BASICS. On the flipside, it is also time for darker eyes and lips with a very warm tone look. Today I will show you my take on a fall look.
So, do you want to know the secret to a great eyeshadow look? I’ll tell…
Any recruiter will be the first to tell you how polished your resume will look and how in demand you will be in the civilian world. Some of it’s true, and some of it’s not.
The twang of guitars and a swarm of people surrounding street performers set the scene in downtown Nashville as the weekend began. I ventured to Nashville to attend singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran’s concert at the Bridgestone Arena.
I feel I would be remiss if we didn’t take a moment to reflect on the terrorist attacks of Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. It is fair to say that day changed the world we live in for every person in this country. It changed my life for sure. I realize this column is nearly a week late from the anniversary, but it transcends boundaries. I could write about it at any time, and its connection with people would be there.