Chivalry is not dead, ladies. It simply has had to evolve with the times. Unfortunately in 2013, gentlemen cannot duel, joust or launch 1,000 ships (if your face looks like Helen of Troy‘s) to defend your honor in 2014, but we can do these ten things.
It’s been five minutes and my phone still hasn’t vibrated. No one’s liked my Insta. Sadness has set in and me, myself and I are the only three friends I really need in this dog-eat-dog world. These six tips will help you avoid this pain:
Mondays are about as exciting as a silent fart that doesn’t smell. Hence, here’s another list to help you put a little more butt in that strut.
LinkedIn now lets you customize the endorsements you can provide to connections. You literally can type in whatever you want. While leadership, sales experience and SEO are all worthwhile endorsements that could enhance your job prospects, these are probably more fun.
I’m hungover. It’s Friday morning, and my celebratory TGIF flag is at half-mast. I need a cure, and no, Advil or coconut water doesn’t work you gullible, placebo-effecting muff huggers. Because of this, my real hangover cures rely almost entirely on others, but if we help each other, we can win this battle together. Here are the cures:
We all know most bikers don’t really like laws, are allergic to stop signs and can generally be fairly large pecker-heads.
It’s hard to find Scott Disick-level talent when the questions you’re asking go something like: “Why did you decide to apply for this position?” and “Tell me about a time when things didn’t go your way”.
Here are six fresh arrows for your interview quiver: