Im writing a story about my personal life. I have a few pages i want someone to read?

This is just a story i felt like writing to get my feelings out about what just occured in my life recently. its not really that good, but i want to hear what you think. what can i improve on? and does anyone have any ideas to add? thanks:)

Chapter One

You learn new things everyday. Sometimes the easy way, but more often the hard way. It’s easy to fall for the “perfect” boyfriend, but is he really what you were looking for? Questions like this haunt me all the time. I often find myself wondering if I’ll ever meet the right guy for me. After my last relationship, I have a hard time of falling in love with other guys, other than Nate. Every morning, I wake up thinking of him. Every night, I go to bed thinking of him. My love for him was and still is so strong, even if we’re over and done with. I used to think love was too strong of a word to be used so lightly, but once you meet the right guy, you know when love should be used to describe your feelings for him. This is my story, but it’s not just my story that makes it special. It’s the true feelings that go along with it.
It was the first day of school. Back to my regular routine. Wake up. Shower. Do my hair. Get dressed. Eat breakfast. Brush my teeth. Yuck. I threw on my brand new chocolate brown Coach sneakers and grabbed my hot pink Betsey Johnson bag off of the kitchen counter.
“Bye, sweetie! Have a good day at school!” I heard my mother call as I closed the front door. I opened the heavy door to my pearl white Range Rover that I had received as a gift from my parents for my sixteenth birthday last month and threw my new backpack in the passenger seat, positioning myself at the wheel.
When I finally arrived at school, after a jam of cars that seemed to not be budging throughout the center of town, I raced to get to my homeroom on time.
“Jazmine? Jazmine D’Alessandro?” The teacher called off my name from the attendance, just as I rushed into the classroom.
“Here,” I said quietly, trying to find an empty seat. I looked around the classroom, half embarrassed and half worried. I scanned the room and my eyes made contact with a new boy.
“There’s a seat right here,” The new boy spoke with a deep, friendly voice. I quickly rushed over to where he was pointing, right next to him. I sat down.
“Thanks,” I said, my face bright red.
“Anything for a girl as cute as you,” He smiled at me, and that’s when I first noticed how cute he was. I felt so relaxed around him, something I haven’t felt in a while. I smiled back.
“Nathaniel Ericson?” The teacher continued to call names off her list. Everyone turned around and searched the classroom for the person with the unfamiliar name.
“Uh, you can call me Nate,” Again, the new boy spoke. Everyone looked him up and down, probably already trying to judge if he was
“popular” material. That was the problem with my school. All anyone cared about was popularity and ranks. I’m no captain of any cheering squad, but I’d consider myself popular, with many friends and ex boyfriends.
I turned to evaluate Nate again, when we made awkward eye contact. Nate smiled and waved.
“Hi, I’m Nate.” He greeted me, his big, full lips, curling, trying to fight back yet another smile.
“I’m Jazmine,”

GREAT story – – – keep going

HOW MANY MONTHS CAN YOU MAKE IT LAST?

lol

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Every One Who Teaches Us is a Guru

Every One who teaches us is a GURU

The saying ‘ignorance is a bliss’ does not hold well today. Today, we are in the era of information & in order to live, survive, thrive one needs to amass a wealth of information to eradicate oneself from ignorance. We are constantly in the act of being taught at every moment either from your colleagues, subordinates, and bosses at our work place. We are either teaching somebody or we are constantly being taught whether we are consciously aware or not. On the occasion of Teacher’s Day, one need to honor each & every one of those who have taught us in one way or the other & be grateful to them for the place & position we are in our career today.

  • The teachers, professors at schools & colleges have always imparted knowledge to us so as to enhance our horizons. By upgrading us in terms of knowledge, skills & attitudes we have a price tag drawn for ourselves. The price we command at our work place in terms of salary & other perquisites is directly in proportion to the knowledge which we actually put in towards our work on a day to day basis. What we are today, what career we have chosen today, how we live today, what values we have inculcated today have been primarily due to our teachers who have acted as a mentor & given the necessary inputs when we were young. They have left an everlasting impression on our minds which are difficult to erase.
  • The next in line is the boss to whom we report in our department who are the best teacher at the work place. He discusses delegates, authorizes, empowers, supervises, monitors & controls our activities. By constantly interacting with him, we learn the intricacies of our job excellently & become extremely fluent. The more the job he gives the more the difficulties one encounters, more the difficulties one encounters more the pressure one has to hold on to the job. In order to tide over this difficult phase, we consciously or unconsciously step out of our comfort zone to accomplish the task which has been assigned. The experience of tiding over the obstacles gives us a great sense of achievement & confidence which makes one grow from strength to strength. We need to be highly indebted to our bosses who have made us extremely valuable.
  • The colleagues, subordinates with whom we work in our department also give us ample opportunities to learn at our place of work. They pose questions, difficulties, problems quite often to see that how well we come out with the right answers on most of the occasions. We are constantly tested, experimented & the moment we help, direct, guide & coach to carry out their functions better, we become better. We can become better only when we make our subordinates better & there is no end to how much better we can become. We need to be thankful to our colleagues, subordinates who have made us better equipped by putting us into tight spots.
  • The family we all have & live also teaches us to a great extent. We may be a CEO of an organization managing a great number of people, products & services. We may be considering our self as one of the finest executive in the organization in so far as our competence & skills are concerned. But when we come back home not only he needs to play the role of a husband to his spouse, parent to his child, son to his mother but play it to the entire satisfaction of all the family members. One needs to be extremely tactical & play a balancing act between career & family admirably well. This teaches us to understand & play the role well at every instance.
  • Lastly, we all gather information through books, media, TV & computers. Today, we are in the era of technology. Learn the technicalities involved in these technologies. One needs to work on computers, cell phones, fax constantly at their place of work to make work easy, productive & interesting. The output which one generates from using these technologies shall take us to great heights. Understand that these technologies are human friendly. Make them our servant & not the master. Technology teaches us to be quick, fast, competent, efficient & thoroughly professional i.e., to expect more & more out of oneself.
  • Eradicate ignorance. It is a disease. An idle & ignorant mind is a devil’s workshop. One does not live in a fool’s paradise if he is rightly, properly & adequately informed. Rise above the level of ignorance & see how one puts a positive image on oneself. Get ourselves taught constantly, regularly, continuously from bosses, colleagues, subordinates, friends, family members, books, technologies till such time we live.

Iyer Subramanian
http://www.articlesbase.com/human-resources-articles/every-one-who-teaches-us-is-a-guru-678029.html

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Business Coaching; Learning to Change With the Market and Times

Business coaching is necessary for surpassing the current levels of performance and productivity. The challenges faced by today’s organizations in terms of reinvention, reengineering, reorganizing and right sizing has forced them to utilize business coaching in order to compete in the current market environment. For the proper growth of any organization, it is necessary to have executives who are up-to-date with the recent trends and have beliefs, values, attitudes, motivation and thoughts that will drive them to excel. Business coaching provides the perfect platform for developing personal skills and behaviors that are necessary for implementing organizational changes and initiating the learning process.

Business coaching is required both at the executive and the managerial level for understanding the organization’s current position and to decide its future growth patterns. Apart from effecting educational development and experience, coaching also provides objective feedback and acts as a critical tool for successfully engineering organizational change. For adapting to the rapidly shifting marketplace, organizations need to change their approach. However, this is often difficult to implement as people and organizations are naturally resistant to change. Business coaching has become a very effective tool for initiating productive changes in individuals, teams, and systems by enabling leaders, managers, and employees to uncover potential that might otherwise go untapped.

With the growing realization that profits, productivity, and customer satisfaction are the outcomes of performance rather than the cause, business coaching courses have started focusing more on leadership issues, cultural factors and the learning and development practices that drive performance. The goal of business coaching is not to be an alternative vehicle of managerial control, but rather it concentrates on empowering and delegating to create a culture of responsibility and self-generated, commitment-based actions. Coaching is certainly more than just a technique as it involves viewing the organization in a different perspective and working through relationships, dialogues and feedback for harnessing future potential and growth. It provides organizations with the capability of altering or shifting current work methods, internal and external communications and the framework within which employees normally operate. Business coaching has thus become very critical for modifying or creating an effective work environment that is more adaptable to change and growth.

Business coaching allows managers to play the role of professional business coaches for meeting organizational challenges and motivating others in their work environment. It creates the awareness among managers that by acting as coaches they can transform or create an organizational culture that is more receptive to change and open to new possibilities. Managers as coaches learn to increase self-awareness decide when and how to take action, find creative solutions, consider opinions and feedback from fellow employees, set targets, make appropriate requests, decrease hostility, and reduce stress and negative emotions in the workplace.

Coaching managers provide many direct benefits to the organization as managers get a clear idea about their commitments as well as those of the organization. They learn how to generate and maintain effective relationships, which in turn increases the levels of trust and accountability in the organization. Their understanding of organizational and interpersonal dynamics is increased considerably, allowing them to empower themselves and others to achieve organizational objectives. They learn how to take calculated risks for producing results aligned with organizational vision. They also learn to develop the right kind of unity and team spirit that will powerful work relationships that help achieve extraordinary results.

Kris Koonar
http://www.articlesbase.com/strategic-planning-articles/business-coaching-learning-to-change-with-the-market-and-times-57272.html

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Who is the greatest light heavyweight ever in the UFC?

My opinion……Tito Ortiz
here’s why
He is a 6 time light heavyweight champion.
longest reign in any division in the ufc……3 1/2 years as title holder.
notable wins over
Jerry Bohlander (UFC 12 Lightweight winner)
Guy Mezger (UFC 13 winner)
Wanderlei Silva (4 time Pride middleweight champion)
Evan Tanner (UFC Middleweight champion)
Ken Shamrock (3-time UFC Superfight Champion)
Vitor Belfort (UFC 12 heavyweight winner, UFC Light Heavyweight Champion)
Forrest Griffin (TUF 1 winner, Current UFC light heavyweight champion)

Coach of TUF 3
Biggest Pay-Per-View draw of 2006
CEO of Punishment Athletics
Author of "This is Gonna Hurt"

Can he beat chuck or randy…..no.
but he has done more for the ufc than those 2

Chuck Liddell
Heres why: I am a big fan of Tito Ortiz but he often fought middle weights fighting in the light heavyweight division. Most of them were cans. The only good guys he has beat were Belfort, Silva, and Griffin. He laid on top of Silva for 5 rounds and the fights against Griffin and Belfort were really close.

Liddell has knocked out:
Kevin Randleman
Guy Mezger
Bobalu (2)
Randy Couture (2)
Alistair Overeem
Tito Ortiz (2)
Vernon White
Jeremy Horn

He has beat:
Jeff Monson
Murilo Bustamante
Wanderlei Silva
all by decision

He put his title shot up twice when Tito refused to fight him also.

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Business Idea : Chav free public transport – Who’s in ?

I’ve got an idea to set up a fleet of coaches that travel the same route as some popular bus routes. These would be by membership only but you’d be guaranteed a seat, air conditioning in the summer and, best of all, NO mobile phones or music would be allowed. Obviously, it would start small and then spread to all the major cities. It would be about 30 % more expensive than public transport but much more comfortable.

Would you use such a service?

Yes please! i can’t bare that hippity hoppity nonsense music of theirs anymore! I just can’t do it! Everyone just sits there and pretends not to hear it but i know they can!.

Give them a cart and a donkey, they’ll make do.

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Im writing a story about my personal life. I have a few pages i want someone to read. be honest?

You learn new things everyday. Sometimes the easy way, but more often the hard way. It’s easy to fall for the “perfect” boyfriend, but is he really what you were looking for? Questions like this haunt me all the time. I often find myself wondering if I’ll ever meet the right guy for me. After my last relationship, I have a hard time of falling in love with other guys, other than Nate. Every morning, I wake up thinking of him. Every night, I go to bed thinking of him. My love for him was and still is so strong, even if we’re over and done with. I used to think love was too strong of a word to be used so lightly, but once you meet the right guy, you know when love should be used to describe your feelings for him. This is my story, but it’s not just my story that makes it special. It’s the true feelings that go along with it.
It was the first day of school. Back to my regular routine. Wake up. Shower. Do my hair. Get dressed. Eat breakfast. Brush my teeth. Yuck. I threw on my brand new chocolate brown Coach sneakers and grabbed my hot pink Betsey Johnson bag off of the kitchen counter.
“Bye, sweetie! Have a good day at school!” I heard my mother call as I closed the front door. I opened the heavy door to my pearl white Range Rover that I had received as a gift from my parents for my sixteenth birthday last month and threw my new backpack in the passenger seat, positioning myself at the wheel.
When I finally arrived at school, after a jam of cars that seemed to not be budging throughout the center of town, I raced to get to my homeroom on time.
“Jazmine? Jazmine D’Alessandro?” The teacher called off my name from the attendance, just as I rushed into the classroom.
“Here,” I said quietly, trying to find an empty seat. I looked around the classroom, half embarrassed and half worried. I scanned the room and my eyes made contact with a new boy.
“There’s a seat right here,” The new boy spoke with a deep, friendly voice. I quickly rushed over to where he was pointing, right next to him. I sat down.
“Thanks,” I said, my face bright red.
“Anything for a girl as cute as you,” He smiled at me, and that’s when I first noticed how cute he was. I felt so relaxed around him, something I haven’t felt in a while. I smiled back.
“Nathaniel Ericson?” The teacher continued to call names off her list. Everyone turned around and searched the classroom for the person with the unfamiliar name.
“Uh, you can call me Nate,” Again, the new boy spoke. Everyone looked him up and down, probably already trying to judge if he was
“popular” material. That was the problem with my school. All anyone cared about was popularity and ranks. I’m no captain of any cheering squad, but I’d consider myself popular, with many friends and ex boyfriends.
I turned to evaluate Nate again, when we made awkward eye contact. Nate smiled and waved.
“Hi, I’m Nate.” He greeted me, his big, full lips, curling, trying to fight back yet another smile.
“I’m Jazmine,”
We talked for awhile before class started and got to know each other. I learned that he had moved from California to Massachusetts because he was having personal problems and had to let go of his modeling career. As he spoke, I noticed he kept his gorgeous blue eyes fixed on mine the whole time. His eyelashes were so long and thick, which made his eyes really vibrant looking. He had short hair. A buzz cut, which was light brown, and his cheeks were rosy red. I adored his big dimples on either cheek and his small diamond earrings.
When my first class ended, I quickly rushed out of the classroom to get to my next class. I was midway to second period when I noticed Nate seemed lost.
“Jazmine! Hey!” He raced over to me, trying to catch up.
“Hey, Nate.” I knew I was going to be late for my next class, but it didn’t seem important to me at that moment.
“Do you know where Mr. Amarato’s classroom is?” He asked, seeming a bit nervous.
“I’m actually heading there now. You can walk with me if you want,” I tried to act as if I didn’t care that he was in my next class, but deep down, I was extremely excited.
By lunch, I had noticed I had every class with Nate so far, and now I even had lunch together. I sat at my usual spot, with all of my cheerleading friends and the football players, who were already in a deep conversation about Nate.
“Have you guys seen the new kid, Nathaniel?” My friend, Kristina asked. “He’s totally-”
Just then, Nate popped out of nowhere.
“Call me Nate and I’m totally what?” He seemed paranoid.
“Cute,” Kristina was always very honest with people. Sometimes this was a good thing, other times, not so much.
“Oh…thanks,” Nate awkwardly took a seat next to me. “Mind if I sit here?”
“Go right ahead,” I smiled and felt my face blush again.

When I got home from school, I was ecstatic. I went online and discovered a new friend request on facebook. I quickly clicked the red notication. Nate Ericson. Accept. Immed
Immediately, I got a chat pop up.

Nate Ericson: Heyy
Jazmine D’Alessandro: hii.
Nate Ericson: wadup
Jazmine D’Alessandro: just got home. You?
Nate Ericson: aw lol im just chillin. Thanks for helping me around schoolJ
Jazmine D’Alessandro: anytimeJ
Nate Ericson: J we should hang out sometime.
Jazmine D’Alessandro: Yeahh.
Nate Ericson: Friday? 7 oclock? Pizza and a movie?
Jazmine D’Alessandro: sounds goodJ
Nate Ericson is offline.

A million thoughts rushed through my head. Did I say something wrong? Was he joking around with me? Did he really want to hang out on Friday?

wow that is a really interesting story. i really enjoyed it. where can i find d remainder of your story?

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Father’s Day Gift For English Gentleman & CEO?

Hello,
I have the same issue each and every time that it comes to having to purchase a gift for my boyfriend. People always say that I should know what he likes by now, but its hard to buy something fo someone who has everything.

Also, he is very conservative, very good taste and has like a "professor type" of personality. I have been pretty successful in selecting the right gifts so far, but thats when the economy was good :(

I dont think that I will be ordering that Gucci cardigan this time :) and believe
me, he hates when I splurge on him. But when I see his smile and how surprised he always is when I choose something great.. It makes me so happy.

So any ideas?… I would really appreciate it and it would mean alot to me.
Thanks!

P.s. For mothers day he bought me a limited edition Coach handbag, that is unbelievably elegant and beautiful.

Hmm, does he like to eat? The reason I’m asking is that I heard a suggestion for gifts I thought would be good for a ‘foodie.’ It’s not very personal, but it’s an interesting choice.

Give him an assortment of olive oils. There are all kinds – I found out. Not the kind you get at the grocery store, but at the boutique shops. Some shops even specialize in olive oils and other gifts that go with them.

Then, give him a loaf of great bread that he can break up and use to soak up the olive oils. You can add pepper or hot pepper flakes.

Add a nice bottle of wine and you have some great before dinner snacks or something to munch on while you’re sitting on the patio watching the sunset.

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How do I draw up a legal I.O.U.? I do business/life coach consultations over the phone.?

I am set-up on a "pay as you go" basis-no problem. However, 9 weeks ago I started running a tab for a client who is in a difficult divorce situation. The tab has grown quite large, and no date for settlement yet. I’ve never had the need for invoices or bills as people pay me on the spot. My client is in Florida and I am in California. I would like to fax a current amount I.O.U. to her for her to sign, and then updates weekly. What is the best, most legal way to do this-so it would stand up in court even if something should happen to her. The bill is way over the $5000 amount of most small claims courts. Should I have her do several I.O.U.s for each $5000 amount? Is that a legal way to handle this? Any good, sound legal advice appreciated. Thank you- P.S. Had I stuck by my rules of no tabs, the client would have crashed and burned by now thru making emotional, illogical decisions. I gave her advice that has immeasurably helped her situation.
To update: I just recorded her on the phone acknowledging the current amount and saying that I should send or fax her a notarized I.O.U. and that she would sign it and send it back. A voice recording is pretty good evidence in court, YES? Of course, Monday I will be sending and faxing a promissory note. This is good so far, right?

Well, that’s nice that you helped your client but you have not helped your business by allowing her issues to rule the way you conduct your business. Anything that she signs acknowledging the debt should be sufficient. Office supply stores frequently have promissory notes (in the section where they have wills, contracts and other blank forms that you can fill in the blanks).

On another note, don’t assume that every court limits small claims to $5,000 (like Judge Judy). Some courts are significantly more.

You might want to run it by a Florida attorney just to make sure you write it in a way that protects your interests and please, re-think this policy. Trust me, I’ve had businesses and it is NEVER a good idea to let clients do this.

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Creative Writing story (please critic)?

As soon as James pulled into the driveway he noticed that his dads BMW was missing, not that he had expected it to be there. He let out a heaving sigh, he didn’t know how to cook and he was starving from wrestling practice. He didn’t have enough energy to stand up so he just sat in his car for a minute. He studied his right eye that was just visible in the rear view mirror. His piercing blue eyes looked dull and bloodshot and dark circle were starting to form underneath his eyes. After sitting there for several minutes he finally mustered enough energy to get up.
James closed the door of his black Mercedes convertible and slowly half-limped up the cobblestone path that led to his house. As soon as he opened the door to the house, he tossed his black Adidas back pack onto the couch and plopped down next to it. He was really tired, he had a lot of schoolwork and he almost died in wrestling practice. The house was dead quiet and it was already 6 o’clock.
James stood up and walked over to the mirror that was hanging on the wall in the foyer and gazed at his appearance. His naturally healthy looking skin looked blotchy and irritated. He ruffled his brown floppy hair so it didn’t settle in his eyes.
James stepped away from the mirror and walked into the kitchen. He opened the stainless steel refrigerator and pulled out a can of diet coke. Recently he had been under a lot of pressure. He was captain of the wrestling team and state finals were coming up. He had gained eight pounds from eating out so much; lately his dad has been pulling over time at the office so that left James to fend for himself. Since his dad fired the cook and he had no idea how to work an oven, he just ate out everyday. James was getting tired to he walked into his bedroom and turned on his Sony plasma screen TV and sprawled himself on his bed. He was starting to fall asleep then he felt his sidekick vibrate in his pocket. “ Dad” flashed up on the brightly-lit screen.
“Hey Buddy, how’s it goin’ ” Trevor’s voiced boomed over the phone. Trevor, James dad, was a CEO at an oil company that had just stuck it big in the South. “ Hi dad, where are you” James asked, even though he already knew the answer. “Oh you know, working late at the office, I just had some news to tell you” Trevor replied. “Oh, what is it?” James asked, even though he was not remotely interested in what his father had to say. “Something came up at work and we have to take a short trip to Texas, were leaving tomorrow.”
“I can’t go” James replied coolly. Just as he was about to shut his phone his father started talking again. “ You really don’t have a choice, you have to come, I can’t leave you alone your only 16!” “Dad you’re being ridiculous, I’m not missing the state finals to go to Texas with you” James shouted into the phone. “I’m coming in an hour, be ready to go, our flight leaves at 10:45.” With that Trevor clicked off the phone.
James pushed his head into his 500-thread count pillow and screamed! How was he going to explain to the coach that he couldn’t be at the state finals? The team was depending on his and he was going to let them down. James slid off his bed and grabbed the suitcase that had been shoved in the back of his closet. He pulled the heavy black suitcase over to the side of his bed. He just stood there and looked at it for a moment. The last time he had used this suitcase was when his mother was alive. She had taken him and his dad on a surprised vacation to Mexico. James grabbed the side of the suitcase and noticed that the neon yellow airplane tag was still connected to the handle.
As soon as James finished packing his suitcase he decided that is was time to call the coach. He picked up his sidekick and scrolled down to the contact that read “Coach Mike” and pressed the call button. After only one ring Coach Mike picked up his phone. “Hey Coach it’s me, James.” “ Oh, hey James how are ya?” Coach Mikes deep voiced echoed in the phone. “ Actually Coach, I’m not doing too good, I just got a call from my dad and he told me that we were going to take a trip to Texas” James said, with a little fear in his voice. “ Well son there is nothing wrong with a little vacation” Coach Mike said. “ Coach you don’t understand, I’m leaving today, I’m not going to make the finals”. “What do you mean your not going to make the finals?” Coach yelled over the phone. “ I’m really sorry but I don’t have a choice, I have to go my dad is making me.” “James you better have your ass at the finals or you’re off the team” Coach cried into the phone. James couldn’t bear to talk to Coach anymore and hung up the phone. James knew that he didn’t have a choice, he was going to be off the team.
Trevor arrived home around 7:15 and started packing his suitcase. It was beginning to snow as they loaded the suitcases into the back of his dads BMW. James and Trevor drove to the airport in silence. As soon as they arrived at the terminal Trevor looked over at James. “What has gotten into you” Trevor asked, trying not to sound so hurt. “ Dad, my state finals are this weekend, and because of you and your job I’m going to miss it, which means I’m off the team.”
James and Trevor didn’t talk for the whole weekend in Texas. Trevor was working all the time and James was busy with homework and catching up on his sleep. As the plane was about to take off Trevor grabbed James shoulder. “I’m sorry buddy I had to come, I didn’t have a choice.” “Yeah I know dad, besides I don’t think that I want to wrestle anymore.” “ Why not, you love wrestling” Trevor asked, sounding genuinely concerned. “ Over the past week I realized how much easier my life would be without the extra pressure of the team. I want to focus on my grades and get into a good college and maybe start wrestling again once I’m settled into a good university” James said, trying not to look at his dad. Trevor stood up and gave James a huge, heart-warming hug.

Oh come on. This gets more laughable every time you post it. 500 count cotton sheets? Do we really need to know that? You missed out on a good product placement there – they could have been Ralph Lauren’s. No. This is not working for me. Not at all.
—-
They’re, Their, There – Three Different Words.

Careful or you may wind up in my next novel.

Pax – C

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Women please :) – When you go to work do you bring a small bag to match every outfit or?

do you have like a work / business bag for every day?

Anyway, I am a graphic designer and right now I carry a work bag (Is this a total fashion faux pas???) , because I am constantly transporting things to and from work. But I was just trying to see what you girls do….This is the bag I have now…

http://www.coach.com/content/product.aspx?product_no=9700&category_id=161

I always usually try to match my bag with something in my outfit.. so I wear either a black skirt or a black jacket.. etc..

What do you do?

A lot of my bags/purses I bring for work are in neutral colors (brown, black, gray, etc) so that they match a lot of things. I don’t change bags for every outfit.

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