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Heather Barnett is a freelance writer and foodie whose work has been featured in blogs, websites, magazines, and TV and radio ads. She spends her free time relaxing with her soulmate, Keith; her dog, Mosby "The Fly Slayer;" and Felix the Fish. You can follow her on Twitter @HireHeather.
The rise of freelancing, telecommuting and a global economy has made video calling a vital part of business. It's easier to get a vibe for the person you're talking to when you can see his or her face, and as helpful as Skype calls are, a lot of people make some key errors that could cost them a client or even a job. Follow these tips, and the only thing you need to worry about is the business.Read Full Story
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The fact that Hillary Clinton is a woman is likely to be an important factor in the upcoming election, just as Barack Obama being (half) black was in 2008. But it brings up an interesting question: Is it so important to have a woman in office that we vote for her even though we might otherwise have more similar views to another candidate?Read Full Story
Trying to rent an apartment? The newest trend you may not have heard of is the pet résumé. Yes, that's a thing. And when it comes to one of these résumés, it pays to be prepared. Know how to write it and take it seriously (because the people who are reading it will).Read Full Story
Summer seems to be the season of potlucks of all kinds. From church group meals on Sundays to backyard barbecues and fish fries to company picnics, the easiest side you can bring is the humble but always popular pasta salad. But skip that boxed stuff, and opt for one of these superior options instead.Read Full Story
Imagine your dog's normally waggly, happy tail suddenly becomes completely limp. You can tell your dog is in pain — in some cases, serious pain. It could be a little-known condition called limber tail syndrome.Read Full Story
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