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  • Personality / June 20th, 2016

    Is Being “Fashionably Late” Actually Fashionable?

    This is a guest post from Matt Smelser. Matt is an avid reader, passionate mentor, and—according to his mom—is also quite handsome. Matt challenges his generation of millennials to live thoughtfully and virtuously on his blog Get Your 20’s Right. His readers are also very handsome, so you would definitely fit in. Everyone likes to be […]

  • Lifestyle, Personality / January 11th, 2016

    Be More Attractive | Why Women Love Well Travelled Men

    This is a guest post from Bryn Wied, a travel blogger and writer at Trekeffect.com, as well as an outdoor enthusiast and serious travelaholic. She explores every inch of the globe in her Sanuk flip flops with her favorite travel buddy/hubby Matt. Matt and Bryn live in California where they blog, surf, snowboard and raise kids […]

  • Lifestyle, Personality / November 9th, 2015

    Conquer Public Speaking | Tips to Overcome Your Irrational Fear

    I believe I speak for most men when I say there isn’t much that scares me. I also like to believe this isn’t just wishful thinking that’s going on in my head. While we can put on a brave face and conquer most things that get thrown our way, there still are instances that make […]

  • Lifestyle, Personality / September 28th, 2015

    5 Tips for Better Conference Calls

    I have worked in the corporate world for a few years now and a couple of common traits stick out to me. For starters first impressions matter in business. First impressions matter when trying to impress that perspective client or when looking to make a mark on your career by showing what you’re made of. Secondly, […]

  • Lifestyle, Personality / July 6th, 2015

    9 Questions to Ask on a First Date | How to Engage With Her

    Going on a first date can bring forth all sorts of emotions. Excitement and happiness are the good ones and we welcome these feelings with open arms. Too bad we have a lot more negative emotions pushing their way into our mind such as fear and dread. I used to be like this. I was […]

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