Three Things I Wish I Had Known in My 20’s: Redickaa Subramanian

redickaaSometimes, I wake up and lack inspiration for just abut everything. That happened to me today. I looked at my to-do list, and was just not in the mood for any of it. Then, I started reading this “3 Things” post, and I got inspired again by the great advice! This is definitely the best thing about my blog…I learn so much from all the wonderful ladies that contribute.

This week, we have Redickaa Subramanian! She is the chief strategist at Interakt, a digital marketing company. With

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The Art of Saying “No”

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The word “no” has become my best friend, but I haven’t always been that comfortable with saying it. I used to feel the need to say “yes” to all my clients and friends to keep them happy. In the end, though, I was the one who would end up unhappy.

When I would agree to start something I didn’t want to I’d end up feeling resentful and angry and my work became more of a chore than fun. If it

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2 Baby Showers – Texas Theme & Pool Party Theme

We’re in the final countdown for baby arrival over here. Last month, I was able to get back to the great state of Texas to visit with family and friends where the awesome Rebekah Epstein (you know, the super chick that runs this blog and Glamptrepreneur) threw my Texas-themed baby shower.

When I arrived back in Florida, my stellar USMC family made my Pool Party Baby Shower dreams come true.

So without further ado, here are the details for your pinning pleasure…or whatever.

A Texas Shower for Maximilian Dallas

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Three Things I Wish I Had Known in My 20’s: Heidi R. Burkhart

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Heidi R. Burkhart is the President of premier New York City affordable housing brokerage and consulting firm, Dane Professional Consulting Group (Dane PCG). If that wasn’t enough, she is also the founder of cause marketing company, Saxon/Hart. Heidi is an expert at what she does! She has facilitated the closings of over 10,000 affordable housing units, totaling well over $1 billion in sales. Pretty awesome!

She wanted to continue to commit her time and resources to her community, so Heidi

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How to Navigate the Fickle Waters of Freelancing

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Freelancing isn’t for everyone. In theory picking and choosing projects, making your own schedule and setting your own rates sounds great. But the reality of freelance can be littered with lack of work and slow days that can lead to a strain on your income.

Personally, I enjoy the freedom of being a freelance publicist, but there are challenges that people often don’t realize. These challenges are things to keep in mind before deciding you want

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Career Confidential: Nadia Murdock


Full name?: Nadia Murdock

Position / Job title?: Mind and Body Fitness Coach, Author and Media Expert

1. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? An Actress!

2. Fast-forward several years/decades. How did you land (or create) your current position? I love that you said “create” because that is exactly what I did! After hitting a roadblock in my career I started to take a closer look at what truly makes me happy. All signs led

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Tips for Taking Productive Breaks Throughout the Day

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I love my job, but I have one big complaint about the work I do. It’s unhealthy. And by that I mean I sit in front of my computer for hours each day which drains my energy and allows little opportunity to move around and get my blood flowing. I’m sure by now everyone’s read something about the studies done on how sitting for eight hours a day affects your body. My line of work is no exception.

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Find an Office Space that Works for You

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I have been thinking a lot about my office space lately. I’m not the type of person that can work productively from home so about three years ago I joined a local coworking space. It helped me differentiate between work and home life by providing a dedicated where and when for work. It also gave me human interaction, which is very important to me. I have found an office setup is well worth the investment as it allows me

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Tips on how to become a successful entrepreneur in a male-dominated industry

DyMynd Carolyn Headshot HiResCarolyn Leonard was the third female independent trader to ever own a seat at the Chicago Board Options Exchange. Since then, she has continually worked her way up in the male dominated industry.

Today, she is the CEO of DyMynd, a company that “cracks the code on women and finances”. The service provides financial institutions with a psychometrically sound profiling system to help female clientele understand their psyche in relation to money​, while​ also helping identify financial advisors that would work best with them.


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What’s Up with Glam?

I have had this post on my to do list for a few weeks now. Everyday, I promise myself that I am going to write a “What’s Up with Glam?” entry, but then it never gets done. There are a variety of reasons why I haven’t been writing much about Glam lately.

Partially I have been putting off this post because I don’t actually know what to write. For some reason, I have a hard time talking about Glamtrepreneur. I feel like the cause is very close to my heart, so I don’t like sharing it with people. I know,

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