5 Tips For Achieving Work-Life Balance

This week I read this stat that people employed full time report working an average of 47 hours per week, which  is apparently about an hour and a half longer than what was reported a decade ago. G.E. Miller argues that the United States is the most overworked developed nation in the world. In his article "Why Do … Continue reading 5 Tips For Achieving Work-Life Balance

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5 Things to Know about Virtual Assistants

1. Why hire a high-level virtual assistant Business owners use virtual assistants not only to reduce workload but also to increase revenue. Business owners accomplish more by outsourcing “or delegat[ing] the non-revenue generating or moneymaking tasks to a Virtual Assistant or ‘VA.’”[1] 2. How much to pay a virtual assistant How much a business owner … Continue reading 5 Things to Know about Virtual Assistants

“What’s Missing in Miss America’s Response”

A Tale of Two Debates Last week, social media exploded after the Miss America Pageant. Users complained either how terrible feminists were or how terrible Miss America’s answer was. But what was actually said? Miss Nevada was asked the following question: Recently Time Magazine said 19% of U.S. undergraduate women are victims of sexual assault in college. Why has such … Continue reading “What’s Missing in Miss America’s Response”