Birthdays, Belgium & Bottles

By Paige ~ July 27, 2016

After the spontaneous adventure our first weekend, it was time to buckle down and start planning the RY Birthday Duo for Shawn and myself that would take place that Thursday, July 14th. We researched a few different spots and ended up deciding on Archer Street, a venue I’d never been to, but seemed cool online…

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Learning to Relinquish Expectations

By Paige ~ October 17, 2015

Expectations; or what I like to call seeds of unhappiness, I believe are the root cause of an overwhelming amount of dissatisfaction within our society. These seeds can be found in friendships, relationships, work or even just small day-to-day experiences. By surrounding ourselves with expectations, we remove the opportunity to be completely and totally happy…

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Intentional Authenticity & Your Company Culture

By Paige ~ October 7, 2015

A few years ago I had a discussion with a friend regarding personal transparency and the impact it has on your professional appearance. The specific item in question was, what I considered to be, a less-than-classy keg stand photo. “What if customers saw that picture? What if your employees saw it?” I asked, exasperatedly. “That’s…

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What I Learned From Building a ‘Trust Fall Community’

By Paige ~ September 1, 2015

Over the last few months, I’ve noticed an abundance of people looking for a new job, quitting or being let go. For most people, this is an incredibly stressful time and trying to find a new job can be a long and arduous process. Looking back at those people who left their job just a…

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Why I’m 25 & Living At Home

By Paige ~ July 23, 2015

An Unexpected Decision All throughout high school, I couldn’t wait to move out; to be on my own, living independently. I think I may have literally counted down the days to ‘freedom.’ Despite that, a little less than a year ago, I made the life-changing decision to move back home. ‘Moving home’ was a little…

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7 Steps To A Classy Resignation

By Paige ~ July 21, 2015

Resigning from a job is like going through a breakup. Just like with romantic parting-of-ways, professional transitions can get messy and emotional. Most people don’t like change–especially rejection. That’s why it’s important to be a class-act–no matter how hard it may be–when giving your resignation. Otherwise, it could end up being a public image nightmare for…

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Friendship in the Digital Age

By Paige ~ November 29, 2012

“If have good friends, no matter how much life is sucking, they can make you laugh.” – P.C. Cast The most recent #GetRealChat, run by Pam Moore, discussed the topic of friendship. It covered a wide array of things like what words come to mind when we think of friendship and what’s the most important…

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Love & Work: Making Time for Both

By Paige ~ October 17, 2012

“The most important thing is to enjoy your life, to be happy, is all that matters.” – Audrey Hepburn My boyfriend and I both work at home, which makes life hectic in and of itself. Throw in some 15-hour days, finishing work at 4 a.m., dealing with difficult clients, busy travel schedules, demanding families, and you’ve…

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