Thursday, February 5, 2015
Deciding what to cook for dinner—for just one person—often feels like too much pressure. Running the country? Um, no.
I have absolutely no desire to become POTUS, but in celebration of President's Day, we asked one of our members—Greystar’s Liz Porras—to share some of the changes she would make as leader of the free world.
Following are a few highlights:
1. Large corporations typically have...
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Ba rum bu bu bum. With a seasonal drumroll in place…it’s time for our annual What’s In and What’s Out list!
But before we get to the big reveal in our January issue of units Magazine, here’s a preview of some personal favorites.
In: 1989. Taylor Swift’s latest album is responsible for at least six near-accidents with me behind the wheel. I apparently have no control over my body when I hear “...
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
As I sit here at my desk eating a doughnut and stretching my stomach for the impending Thanksgiving feast, I know I have a lot to be thankful for.
1. Dancing With The Stars. Aside from host Tom Bergeron being an absolute delight, I am currently obsessed with dancing partners Val Chmerkovskiy and Janel Parrish—or, as we in the seedy underbelly of competitive ballroom like to call them, Janelskiy....
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
It appears that after eight years of missteps and missed opportunities, the Republican Party has finally figured out its campaign strategy, tactics and infrastructure. That starts with candidate selection and oversight, brings in better polling and message testing and finishes with strong and accurate get-out-the-vote operations. Add in the muscle and money of third-party groups like Americans...