Author Archives: Amanda Chatel

Study: Your Binge Drinking Might Be The Result Of WWII

Study: Your Binge Drinking Might Be The Result Of WWII

After World War II ended in 1945, things changed in the workplace. Men and women were working side by side in environments like they had not in the past, and the ability for the modern woman to go out to socialize after work was suddenly a fact. Or in other words, ladies were going out and getting loaded with the boys. There’s nothing like a bourbon to ease that tension and relax those muscles, is there? More »

Be Like Princess Kate Middleton: Volunteering Is Great For Your Career

Be Like Princess Kate Middleton: Volunteering Is Great For Your Career

It’s not easy being a full time princess, but that’s exactly what Kate Middleton became when she married Prince William. And while she may not spend her days in an office like most, she does hold one of the highest and most esteemed positions in all of the UK. Now, in following in the steps of her late mother-in-law, she’s looking at possible charities where she can start her volunteering work. More »

If You Want To Be More Productive, You Should Ditch Your Fella

If You Want To Be More Productive, You Should Ditch Your Fella

Happy National Singles Week, you singles out there! Oh, you didn’t know that there was a National Singles Week? You didn’t have it marked on your calendar as a friendly reminder of just how alone you are in the world? I wait all year for this week. I fashion a countdown paper chain in January every year and rip a ring off every day in such extreme anticipation that I can barely control myself. More »

‘Just One Word: Plastics’ And Other Pieces Of Wisdom

'Just One Word: Plastics' And Other Pieces Of Wisdom

Wisdom can come in all forms. Sometimes it’s something you read in a novel, or maybe it’s the advice a family friend said to you when you graduated from college: “Just one word: plastics.” Wisdom, if you look for it, can be everywhere. Even those whom you don’t expect to teach you anything at all can occasionally open their mouths and forever transform how you look at the world going forward. More »