Last night, I took a trip back to high school with the “Brat Pack” to good ole Shermer High. It’s easy to see why The Breakfast Club became a cult classic and iconic portrait of high school in the 80s and beyond. The main lesson of the film is one to remember when writing (orContinue reading “On Writing: Lessons From The Breakfast Club”
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Breaking Through Gender Stereotypes: Are We Making Progress?
I planned on writing a post about social media today, either tips on tackling Twitter or answers to some FAQs from clients, but then I came across this video in Slate. Watch it. It’s worth two minutes of your time. It was created by a company called GoldieBlox, a toy company who wants girls to knowContinue reading “Breaking Through Gender Stereotypes: Are We Making Progress?”