kimberley-mosher

I am a young professional living and working in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Current my professional life keeps me busy in an advertising account management role, but I also have experience in consulting and small business management. I am a graduate of the Queen's School of Business, in Kingston, Ontario. Outside of the office, I cook, read, and gets outside as often as possible. And, I firmly believes that the only way to travel is along the road less traveled. Twitter: @kmosher

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Young Professional Explains ‘Secrets to Success’

Secrets to Success – The Definitive Career Development Guide for New and First Generation Professionals will be available in stores and online through Amazon and iBooks on September 13, 2011.

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Get Your Boss To Like You

Springtime is upon us, and plenty of fresh-faced college grads will be heading into the workforce. What’s most important when starting a new job than ensuring that your boss likes you?

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A Guide to Doing Your Taxes

There’s something really satisfying about completing your tax return independently of mom, dad, or H&R Block. Thankfully, there are a lot of ways to ensure that you get your return done right and done on time.

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New Book Advises on Post-College Office Life

Adam Scholl’s “No Sneakers at the Office” gives every young, hungry and driven Millennial an insight into the workforce that few others are sharing.

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Life in a Day: The Review

The crowd-sourced, multi-clip film extravaganza premiered at Sundance to a packed crowed on January 27, 2011.

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YouTube Film Gets Ready to Premier at Sundance

TNGG spoke with one of the contributors to the highly anticipated Life in a Day project, filmmaker Caryn Waechter. The thirty-three year old sent in footage to Ridley Scott and Kevin MacDonald that chronicled the events of her day on July 24, 2010, which will premier in the film at Sundance later this month.

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5 Gift Ideas for the Foodie Millennial

Every foodie dreams of the picture-perfect kitchen whilst living in a less-than-picture-perfect-sized space. But, we do the best we can in our one-bedrooms. Here are five amazing gift ideas for that foodie or wino you know.

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Book Review: ‘The Art of Client Service’

The Art of Client Service, by Robert Solomon, is a quick and insightful guide to making and managing successful client relationships. Although the content is geared towards those in the advertising and marketing world, this book really is for anyone who works with serving clients.