We all remember Ainsley Harriott from his glory days on daytime cooking show Ready Steady Cook but in recent years he's kept out of the limelight. However his fan base is still as loyal as ever — and they clearly feel he's never received the recognition he deserved.Read Full Story
You may want to plead the fifth — or better yet, take a vow of silence — when retrograde Mercury conjoins Mars on May 27. This is when speaking out of turn could have disastrous consequences. It's not unlike the time when media mogul Martha Stewart — who used to be a broker on Wall Street — waived her right to a lawyer to sit down with the FBI to explain her side of the story regarding the questionable sale of her ImClone shares. The result of that little chitchat was five months in prison for lying and obstruction of justice. Now nobody's saying you'll suffer a similar fate, but you could unintentionally give away the game by saying too much or make a situation worse by patching over the cracks in your story. The less said the better.Read Full Story
Founded in 1998, Girls Write Now is the first organization in the country with a writing and mentoring model exclusively for girls. The Girls Write Now program serves all the boroughs of New York City, with young girls being partnered with mentors who help them with everything from crafting their own personal writing to applying for college.Read Full Story
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
After she was attacked in 2013 Pastor Hayley Young was diagnosed with HIV. Initially she decided not to share her diagnosis with her congregation but, when her hair started to fall out due to the antiviral drugs she was taking, she made the brave decision to tell them she was HIV-positive.Read Full Story
Just last month it was announced that the Utah Pride Center, with the support of the Girl Scouts of Utah, would open its own troop to any kids who identify as girls — meaning it was open to boys who identify as girls.Read Full Story
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