Pluto is the planet of ordeals and the transformations that arise from them. Pluto says that you can’t get to where you want to go without going through hell and high water first. Oftentimes this is painful and gut-wrenching — except when there’s a trine. Trines create harmonious energies between planets, and the Sun/Pluto trine on Sept. 3 shows that the circumstances surrounding your personal evolution will be much more positive and constructive. Instead of a meltdown, you will experience a step up — almost as if you’ve paid your dues (or done your penance) and are now free to claim that prize that always remained out of reach. After months of struggle and hardship, you are finally coming into your own.Read Full Story
Questioning your job stability lately? Maybe you haven’t met your recent goals, feel tension between you and your boss or know that company layoffs are happening soon. Could you be the one to be let go? We spoke with industry leaders across the board and got the inside scoop on what happens before an employee gets fired. Read the warning signs and see if there’s anything you can do to prevent that from happening.Read Full Story
Social media is supposed to be a safe space where we can share who we are and express our opinions. But if you have ever seen a political debate blow up on Facebook, then you have probably learned your lesson — think twice about what you post online.Read Full Story
If you're traveling this Labor Day weekend, it may be time to rethink. This bonus holiday at the end of the summer seems like the prime time to squeeze in one last getaway. Don't book that flight unless you're prepared to deal with the utmost in airport headaches — including packed planes and flight delays.Read Full Story
Yesterday, Daniel Ashley Pierce thought his biggest problem was being late to work. Little did he know he'd end up being beaten by his grandmother and stepmother and kicked out of his family home. The 20-year-old Georgia man caught it all on tape.Read Full Story
I am a writer on the internet. I also have a vagina. As a female blogger, there's one hard-and-fast rule I have learned from other seasoned vets: Don't read the comments. In most internet comment sections, you're likely to find hate, vitriol and probably some racism and more hate too.Read Full Story
Facebook has been around for years now. Most of us are quite familiar with how social media works and especially how what we say online can impact our personal lives. Simply put — don't post something political, controversial and especially racist on Facebook if you aren't ready to reap the consequences. One Houston woman learned this lesson the hard way after losing her job because of a highly insensitive Facebook post.Read Full Story
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