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by Megan Greene As women it's enough we struggle finding the perfect bra that compliments and support our breast size. However, many women are unaware that finding a bra that fits your breast shape is just as essential. It may go without saying that bras come in a variety of  different shapes and sizes than the common push-up or wireless. Did you know there are bras that cater to that extra breast tissue we may resent? Or bras that actually cater to ladies with very different cup shapes? (Someone should tell these companies that not every woman has a pair of... CONTINUE READING 9



by Courtney A. Leiva We loved when the geniuses at Pantone announced enchanting emerald as the 2013 color of the year, but now that cobalt blue is clearly the “it” color of 2014, we are totally and completely overjoyed. Not exactly indigo but not quite royal blue, we’re totally loving cobalt’s regal yet eye-popping hue. Looking to get a headstart on... CONTINUE READING 16


-by Dominique Fernandez What began as a mere idea of composing a New York City census via photographs, is now a simplistic yet wonderful collection of stories, quotes, and conversations attached to these aforementioned photographs of NYC strangers (pets included.) This collection I speak of is the popular Humans of New York blog. So, who is the creative... CONTINUE READING 10

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- Mekishana Pierre “Why do people say "grow some balls"? Balls are weak and sensitive. If you wanna be tough, grow a vagina. Those things can take a pounding.” - Sheng Wang You’ve got the brains, the charisma, and the strength that it takes to be anything you want. You are a powerful woman in the year 2013 and you know you can... CONTINUE READING 19

Banksy takes New York

- by Dominique Fernandez Banksy, Banksy, Banksy. That has been the topic for the last couple months on basically any media publication, and of course, in the streets. Particularly and most recently, the New York streets. So who is this guy? Banksy is a British graffiti artist, political activist, film director, and painter. His real name as well as his personal life... CONTINUE READING 12


by Romy Roloff You may or may not have heard the phrase “Treat Yo Self.” These carefree, but very important words originated from the TV show Parks and Recreation, when Asiz Ansari’s character and Donna talk about their day of indulgence. Anyway, it kind of became a staple, and dare we say, a movement. Treat Yo Self is a day that is... CONTINUE READING 24


by Dominique Fernandez You can choose who you want to work for, but you can’t really choose who you’ll work next to. Having co-workers, like having roommates, can either go really well or not. While we can’t give you a full-on guide to every type of person there is, we can sure advise you on the different types of co-workers you... CONTINUE READING 5


by Meryl Lumba It’s so easy to adapt a “grass is always greener” mentality, but that can quickly transform into negativity. And whether we’ve been part of that negativity or witnessed it, we all know that negativity is like a black hole: the more you feed the negativity, the larger it gets. Here’s 5 simple ways to stay positive in a... CONTINUE READING 24


by Tiffany Ayuda We all know how important it is to make a good first impression, and in an economy with limited jobs and staggering competition, it’s going to take a little more than just looking good on paper to land a break. Whether you’re currently job hunting or leaning in at the office, these power pieces are just what you... CONTINUE READING 18


So, at 18, you used the first credit card that came to you in the mail, and you made some mistakes. Don't beat yourself up! You're one of millions of women who started using a credit card before they even realized it takes strategy! Five years later, you may still be paying for those Express jeans and ugly outdated wedges,... CONTINUE READING 12


Labor Day, which typically heralds the (unofficial) end of summer, was early this year. That means even sooner than usual, we’ll have to make the annual transition from laid-back, low-pressure August to nose-to-the-grindstone, time-to-get-serious September. You may have taken a vacation this summer, but business challenges, customer demands, and year-end sales goals didn’t. Time to shift your brain from standby... CONTINUE READING 6