Mother’s Day is quickly approaching, and while we can’t go to a restaurant, or in some cases, even be close to each other, there are still plenty of ways we can celebrate the special women in our lives. Continue reading How to Celebrate Mother’s Day from Home
BECOMING is an intimate look into the life of former First Lady Michelle Obama during a moment of profound change, not only for her personally but for the country she and her husband served over eight impactful years in the White House. Continue reading BECOMING – OFFICIAL TRAILER
By Regina F. Lark, Ph.D., CPO, NGLCC certified
Where are my keys? I don’t have time! Why am I always late? Is that due now?! Does this sound like you?
In the land of perfect order (wherever that land may be), keys are always nearby, our to do lists are completed daily, and we are always ahead of our busy schedules. Now, if this sounds like you, then you have probably ‘Marie-Kondoed’ your home or office to great effect (and admiration). Continue reading The Chronic-ness of Disorganization
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Your always-home lifestyle presents an unparalleled opportunity to expand your language skills. Why not go immersive? French radio! German podcasts! Spanish recipes for dinner! Continue reading 6 ways to learn a foreign language for free while you’re sheltering in place for COVID-19
Pickles wrapped in cheese, popcorn with beans, and ice cream on meatloaf, are just a few of the surprising food combinations Americans said they loved. Continue reading Feeling Brave? Here Are Some of Americans’ Most Bizarre Food Combos to Try in Lockdown
Collective action and shared ownership for driving gender parity are what make International Women’s Day—observed on March 8—successful. Continue reading Celebrating International Women’s Day
By Jessica Day
Are you an innovator? Many people have a pretty narrow definition of an innovator. They assume that Continue reading What Makes a Great Innovator?
The bronze statue of Adelfa Callejo, a staunch civil rights advocate believed to be the first practicing Latina lawyer in Dallas, will Continue reading Adelfa Callejo sculpture, Dallas’ first of a Latina, expected to land downtown in Main Street Garden park
In the era of Social media, our privacy and online safety becomes increasingly important. We’re sharing our lives online; however, we should also know how much Continue reading What is malware and why should I be concerned?