Posts tagged "lifestyle"

Faking it Until You Make It: The Do’s and Don’ts of Faking Success

Faking it Until You Make It: The Do’s and Don’ts of Faking Success
Editor’s Note: We’ve invited JeTuan Layvonne to join the Six Brown Chicks correspondents. Tell us what you think of her first blog! By Je Tuan Layvonne There’s nothing new about the phrase “Fake it until you make it.” We’ve all seen it, the people that flash money, and think that they’re fooling everyone. When in... Read more »

Get Your Upgrade! Career Advice from the #ChicksofGM (Recap)

Get Your Upgrade! Career Advice from the #ChicksofGM (Recap)
The Six Brown Chicks took a road trip to General Motors World in Detroit last week to interview six top-ranking female executives, engineers, and automotive designers for an exclusive editorial series: The Chicks of GM. Monday: Vivian Pickard President, General Motors Foundation Topic: How to Attract a Mentor *** Tuesday: Angela Barbee-Hatter Director, Global Design... Read more »

Beauty School Scarlet's 7 Makeover Rules

Beauty School Scarlet's 7 Makeover Rules
Editor’s Note:  We are updating our Six Brown Chicks correspondents roster, to include active, vibrant voices from the universal sisterhood and we are proud to have The Beauty School Scarlet Renee B. join us. We are grateful to Ms. Travel Chic for making this connection. More new bloggers coming soon; stay tuned. By Beauty School... Read more »
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Party Hosts: Four Ways to Save Yourself from Ruin

By Nicole Harding Celebrate good times come on! There’s a party going on right here….a celebration….to last  … you know the words. And it seems like I am singing that song all the time. We love to entertain. Any occasion is a good enough occasion to celebrate. Sunny day? Let’s party. Rainy day? Let’s celebrate.... Read more »

Work Life Burnout? 6 Secrets of the Balanced Mommy

By Tania Brown The Balancing Act—Life & Family Today, many of us are involved in a balancing act of sorts between work and life. Undoubtedly, we love our children, spouses and families but it is very easy to get lost in the shuffle and become overwhelmed. Most weeks, I find myself somewhere between cello lessons... Read more »