katherine-sims

I'm a writer living in Boston. I like texture and grey skies, bold colors and uncomplicated flavors. I admire honesty, delight in cohesive ambiance, and daydream about tomorrow. Twitter: @lady_katherine

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Get Creative with Japan Relief Donations

There are so many ways to give, and though it can feel insubstantial think outside the box when donating to Japan relief, or any other organization you’re passionate about supporting.

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The Groupon Game

Many small businesses are looking to boost customers by participating in coupon sites – but there may be some things you don’t know about the fine print of Groupon.

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Things to NOT do on the Job Hunt

Are you perplexed as to why Hiring Managers never seem to contact you after you completely nailed an interview? It could be that you’re committing simple faux pas when searching, applying, and interviewing for jobs.

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My Workplace was on Reality TV

We work in one of the busiest and most respected salons on Newbury Street, being made-over by an Australian woman who prides herself on tough correction and creating unnecessary drama didn’t particularly appeal to all of us.

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Fake it ’til you make it

Being a Millennial with a “fake it ‘til you make it” career mantra, I try to be especially sponge-like when I talk to people already working in my chosen industry. That being said, I see great value in applying this same sponginess to all my conversations with older generations, and there’s no time quite like the holidays to remind us just how many clueless older adults there are to take advice from!