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  • iAddicted

    November marked my post-modern birth. I bought my first smartphone. After years of holding steadfast to my tried and true flip phone—insisting that I had a better quality of life and was more connected to the real world—I caved. I got an iPhone 6. And you know what? I love the damn thing. Granted, my quality of life—as predicted—has diminished. When I’m not on my phone, I’m thinking about being...
  • How Serious Is Your BuzzFeed Addiction?

    I’ve taken every BuzzFeed quiz known to man. Which Cereal Matches Your Personality? Do You Recognize These Famous Lips? Are You More Like Kim Kardashian Or Jackie O? Jackie O, thank God. I put a lot of stock in them, too. Like, too much for a 29-year-old professional. Last week I wanted to see which “Gilmore Girls” character I am. I got Rory. In my heart, I know this is accurate. Still, I wasn’t...
  • My Personal Hell

    If Hell exists, it was modeled after a Saturday morning Costco run. Before you even step foot inside, you have to battle a parking lot in which small children have made it their mission to get run over by your car. The entire scene is one giant manslaughter charge waiting to happen. But it doesn’t get any better once you’re inside, forced to dodge parents with shopping karts the size of SUVs....
  • Let’s Get Visual

    I’m pretty sure my ex-boyfriend never read a single blog I wrote—work-related or otherwise. He could forward me Internet memes for days, though. Like it or not, we’re a society that ignores the written word in favor of visuals. (I liked it not, hence the whole “ex” thing.) According to Lisa Trosien, presenter of the August 19 webinar, “Eye Candy—Online Visuals That Lead to Leases,” marketers must...

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