How to be Smarter: Great reminder about success, time, and the value in growing slow.
How to be Prettier: If you tend to be someone who rubs their eyes absentmindedly, switching to clear mascara can prevent raccoon eyes.
How to be (less) Awkward: When taking an escalator, move to the right if you want to ride, and to the left if you want to walk. [Hint: ride and right both start with R, and you use your "legs on the left"].
How to be Smarter: “Sharing valuable advice is one of the best ways to keep in contact with people in your network. I love sending great articles or helpful advice that they’ll get something valuable out of.” — Great advice on staying in touch and deepening your career network.
How to be Prettier: Right now I am seeing a lot of darker green tones, like olive and hunter green, in stores and on the street. I purchased these booties in olive suede to be transition shoes as we move from winter to spring, and I am loving them.
How to be (less) Awkward: Not awkward, just adorable: Magic for Dogs.
How to be Smarter: “The Final Step to Networking Success” has a lot of great points about the many benefits of following up, staying in touch, and saying thank you when someone helps you.
How to be Prettier: Advice on being photogenic: “Right before the shot, I try to smile as if I’m looking at someone I love and not just at the camera. This helps it look less posed and awkward and more sincere and flattering.” — from 5 Ways to Become More Photogenic.
How to be (less) Awkward: A great framework, called the SAP Pitch, for answering the question “What do you do?”.