It’s Apropos!

Recently I was asked by Steve the following question: My parents and I have been invited to have Easter dinner with an elderly lady and her divorced son! I have a major problem with this because the son is a highly negative, opinionated, and angry individual who...

I have been asked many times since March 14 whether the White House dinner to honor British Prime Minister David Cameron was indeed a State Dinner.  I believe the confusion comes because in most countries, other than the United States, a State Dinner is held...

      I know it seems silly to be asking "What's new for 2012?" in mid February but since I (Cynthia Lett, Editor)  have been under the weather since late December, 2011 and am just now ready to tackle the year with energy and clarity...

Holiday Parties are right around the corner and while every year I am interviewed by newspapers, TV and radio shows about what to do and what not to do at them if you want to make a good impression, save your good reputation or make...

Today, I heard on a local Washington, DC radio station (WTOP) that from a new survey on Social Media by Lab42.com,  when they asked their survey audience of 500 Social Media users 18years old+, "If you wanted to ask someone on a first date, how...

7 Unwritten Rules Of Social Media July 21, 2011 Social media seems easy especially because the barrier to entry is low. You can be up and running on any social media platform in minutes, and usually for free. In reality, social media is hard for...

Can you get fired for cursing at work? By Alina Dizik, CareerBuilder.com July 25, 2011 9:07 a.m. EDT Even if you do great work, cursing can have an impact on your ability to get promoted. (CareerBuilder.com) -- If you're cursing at work, be careful. While it's commonplace to curse...

Published July 19, 2011 in the Kenosha News - Jobs By Dawn Klingensmith CTW Features In business, there are certain types of favors that require more than sincere thanks in return. Jodi Glickman calls this extra step "closing the loop," or letting the person who helped you know...

As the mother of a son on the Autism Spectrum, I am constantly told by other parents that they are bombarded with inappropriate comments from other parents.  My son has come a long way in his therapies and has  learned to fit in more and...