Though every Since, for most Americans, their house, represents, their single, largest, financial asset (most valuable), doesn't it make sense, to do all we can, to protect it, and to understand, recognize and realize, the priorities, in terms of home Are you tired of, politicians, wearing their supposed - patriotism, on their shoulders, and figuratively, waving the flag, in order to be popular, and/ or attract, some essential components, of their perceived, political base?
The American One of the principal challenges, to effectively, consistently, and relevantly leading, is, possessing, and maintaining, the MORAL imperative, and the right reasons, for wanting to be a leader!
The mother-of-five boasts an impressive property portfolio of ten houses, and has no plan on heading back to her studies any time soon.
Now based in the US, Ms Isaacs said her biggest tip for making it big as an entrepreneur was approaching each project with undivided focus.
And yet even when the number of people who are considered overweight form the majority of the population, obesity is in many ways one of the remaining acceptable prejudices.
Last week, the #fatshamingweek hastag was trending on Twitter as numerous assholes and shitbags took to the network and decided to mock fat people – mostly women, but men too – from behind the dubious anonymity of their Twitter accounts.
Taylor told Vogue that when the idea first came to her, she decided to collaborate with her friend Coca Michelle, a London native who started designing nails when she was only six-years-old. The vision has finally come to life and it’s ready! Junie Bee Nails is granting a dope opportunity to the flyest nail techs, from around the way.
Even though the salon pays tribute to the '90s, the R&B singer shared that her business will provide a wide array of services: 'There will be retro nails, new nails, gel, natural, acrylic, all that, anything you want.'The GOOD music artist also said that when she came up with the idea for the salon, she wanted to make sure to hire women from the neighborhood.'I always wanted to open up a nail salon in Harlem, mainly to spread more opportunity in my community, because there are so many young girls out here who are so talented but their work is not being seen, or they’re being distracted by other things.'Last week, the vocalist took to Instagram to announce the grand opening of her edgy nail salon. No matter what shape, size, color, or gender it’s all good with us!
I look for people who walk in the room quickly — I'd never hire anyone who dragged their feet.'A red flag goes up if she gets asked about hours or bonuses, with her saying those details would be ironed out after the hard work had been done.