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#ProDucks: Oregon running back royalty reunites in S.F.: What’s better than one Duck? Two Ducks of course! Two of my faves met on the field this weekend. Read all about it here.
6 Life Lessons From Lilly Pulitzer: It’s Lilly’s birthday this week, which is practically a holiday for us Lilly Lovers. This article from Levo breaks down the woman, the icon and what we as young professionals can learn from her.
The 30 Most Powerful Photos Ever Taken: I love photography as an art form and as a vehicle of storytelling. In j-school we used to study pulitzer prize winning photos and discuss them as well as discuss the ethics of other photos and whether or not they should be published. The 9/11 one in this sequence is one of them. Some of these photos are horrific, tragic, heartbreaking and some are adorable and some are beautiful.
Monika Hibbs’ 5 Things To Try This Weekend: I know it only Wednesday, but we all need a little something to look forward to and this list does just the trick.
This Video Will Have You Completely Rethink How You Conduct Yourself Online And In Person: This title sure promises a lot. Does it deliver? Watch the video here for yourself and let me know what you think. I’m not so sure…
10 Traits of Talented Public Relations Pros: There’s a lot of ambiguity and misconception about the profession of public relations, so if you’re interested in pursuing it as a career, how do you know if it might be a good fit for you? These traits really nail it down.
Marine’s Family Decides To Talk Openly About His Suicide: Due to the nature of this topic, many families of service men and women who’ve taken their own lives don’t often talk about it. There’s a lot of shame associated with mental illness and suicide. One family was courageous enough to share their story in hopes of helping others. I for one was inspired and encouraged. Hope you are too.