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How Technology Settled the 'Jocks vs. Geeks' Debate Forever
April 25, 2016 at 1:23 pm

Growing up, there were two types of kids in my school. First, you had the active kids—the students on the school teams, sure, but also boys and girls in the scouts, skateboarders and bikers, the kids who climbed trees, and the kids who just ran in circles until their mothers called them to come home…

Other Ways to Show 'I Voted'
April 26, 2016 at 5:48 pm

The Pennsylvania primary elections are today, and I’m performing my civic duty by casting my vote after work today. I’m already anticip

The Wrap: Victoria's Secret Cuts Swim Apparel, Nike Launches a Weather-adapting Jacket
April 27, 2016 at 5:04 pm

Victoria's Secret will no longer sell swimwear after 2016; Nike now has a jacket that adapts to the weather; the Philadelphia Flyers poked fun at themselves with a "Stay Classy" giveaway tee; Sports Authority scraps bankruptcy plans and will go to auction; and Hanesbrands Inc. announced how they did in the first quarter: Here's what's happening this week in the apparel world…

Was a Prince Clothing Line in the Works?
April 27, 2016 at 4:26 pm

The world has been bathed in a purple glow since news broke of Prince’s death last Thursday. International landmarks have gone purple; radio stations have spun his music on constant rotation; tributes and screenings of “Purple Rain” have been planned; those closest to him have opened up about his philanthropy; and everyone has added a little extra purple to their outfits in honor of the 57-year-old musical genius. But were Prince-inspired additions to our wardrobes already in the mix before his death?...

Can a Person Have Too Many T-shirts?
April 27, 2016 at 2:59 pm

You know how people pack away their winter clothes for the summer to free up space in their dressers? I do that for my T-shirts. At one point in time, I easily could have worn a different T-shirt each day of the year. Right now, I’d say I could at least make it through six months. A packrat by nature, I would never say I have too many T-shirts. But I certainly have enough...

Your Defining Moment
April 28, 2016 at 5:19 pm

It would be his only at bat in the World Series. After sitting in the dugout with a hamstring pull and worn-out knees, his team down 4-3 with two outs and a teammate on first base, he was called on to pinch hit. He was facing Dennis Eckersley, the 45-save relief ace of the winningest…

Outfit of the Week: Company Picnic
April 27, 2016 at 5:58 pm

With spring in full bloom and summer around the corner, our calendars are starting to fill up with outdoor activities. Annual company picnics are a great way for employees to interact outside of the office, but keeping it professional while being comfortable can be tricky. Looking polished and staying cool at a corporate picnic is the topic of this week's…

Team USA, South Korea Debut New Olympic Uniforms
April 27, 2016 at 5:55 pm

The Olympic Flame is on the move and the countdown is on: 100 days until the games begin in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. 5. But the reveal of Team USA’s closing ceremony uniforms has us excited for the big finale, too. Meanwhile, the unveiling of additional outfits for South Korea's athletes draws attention to the importance to stay protected against the Zika virus...

The Law of Attraction: Gratitude Is the Attitude That Impacts our Altitude
May 2, 2016 at 4:26 pm

In my last article, I discussed the fact that our thoughts are vibrating waves that don’t stop at the edges of our skulls. Our thought waves are vibrations that become part of the universe. I’m told that we humans have up to 60,000 thoughts a day. Our thoughts shape our lives. Henry Ford said, “Whether…

The Most Important Thing You Need to Know about Millennials
May 3, 2016 at 3:55 pm

So many blogs, books, presentations and articles provide broad insights on millennials. I’m going to share what I believe is the single most important insight you need to know about millennials. The millennial generation might better be referenced as the "Google Generation." Never in the history of the world have we had access to answers…