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Still thankful after all these months

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2020 has been a wild ride, but there are still many things to be thankful for.

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Letter to my younger self

Do you ever wonder what you would say to your teenage self if you had the chance? Here’s my message to my younger self. Hope she listens.

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“So what do you think about George Floyd?” and other awkward workplace questions

America is experiencing a moment. One in which racial equality is being discussed more openly than ever across all demographics. Having these conversations in the workplace can be tough. Here are a few tips to consider.

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Your throwback road trip playlist

No matter where you’re travelling the choice of a great soundtrack makes it more memorable. This is especially true for road trips. Urban Upscale has created a Spotify throwback playlist especially for our audience. Click and enjoy!

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What my mom taught me

As Mother’s Day 2020 approaches, I naturally think about the role motherhood has played in my life. I became a mom nearly 20 years ago. Prior to that day, if you would have asked me if my mother loved me I would have said “sure” and not given it another thought. It was only after […]

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The Sisterhood

If you’re a woman who grew up with a sister, you’re very lucky. You know what it’s like to have someone to confide in, laugh with, and—sometimes—fight with. As a sister to a sister, I understand what it’s like to know that someone always has your back, someone who understands what it means to be […]

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Freshman year’s over. Now who is this?

There are few occasions in life that make a parent more proud than a child leaving for college. And even fewer that are more confusing than when that child returns after freshman year. Many parents have experienced it. Senior year of high school is busy, expensive and full of hope for the future. Everyone’s watching […]

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