Category Archives: Life Tip

How To Avoid The Vicious Cycle of Work Life

In this case, a picture (or should I say graphic, courtesy of the uber insightful Lunch Breath) is worth at least a 250 word blog post. It seems most of us are now hopelessly (or hopefully, depending on whom you … Continue reading

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It’s never too late to be what you may have been

Wise words from George Eliot: “It’s never too late to be what you may have been.” Are you feeling stuck? Unfulfilled? Like you’re wasting your life and potential? Change. Change now. As a resume writer, I work with clients from … Continue reading

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The Sophistication of Truth by Seth Godin

Love Seth Godin as much as we do, check out more of his work here, here and here.Is there a particular Seth Godin passage you want transformed into art? Write In Color can help. We’re offering 20% off Seth Godin graphic … Continue reading

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Re-Learning How to Read in a Digital Age

If you ask my grandmother her favorite story about me, her answer is always the same. “When Melody was 10, she would stay up all night reading books using a flashlight under the covers.” I was a big reader. I’m … Continue reading

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Missed Connections on Craigslist: Bringing Together Old + New Love

In the modern day of Facebook, Tinder, Twitter and Google stalking, it has become increasingly difficult to meet someone in an accidental, romantic, genuine, “sweep you off your feet”-type way. “Meet-cutes” (a scenario in which two individuals are brought together … Continue reading

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Five Tips for a Better Resume – Los Angeles Resume Writer | Write In Color

Should I include an objective on my resume? What about references? Is a classic resume design the most professional? How many years of experience do employers want to see? Write In Color hears these questions a lot from our resume … Continue reading

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Want, Need, Get, Forget | Escaping the Consumer Manifesto

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Fellow consumerists, it’s time for reform. A few weeks ago, I was watching a TV show (House of Lies, to be exact) when a song played during the closing credits that I fell in love with. It’s a feeling I … Continue reading

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Beck’s 15 Cognitive Errors – Your Brain’s Greatest Work of Fiction

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The “say it isn’t so” moment. We’ve all been there. It’s that moment when you want so badly for something not to have happened that your brain jumps through every mental hoop in the book to conceive a different reality. … Continue reading

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Get Out and Vote – Fictional Write-Ins and Presidential Elections

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What do Mr. Burns, Alfred E. Newman, Sleeping Beauty and Mickey Mouse all have in common? (Aside from their cartoon complexions, that is.) They’ve each gotten your vote for president. Every national election year, tens of thousands of Americans voters … Continue reading

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Outsmarting Your Smartphone

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In 2001, the first smartphone was introduced. Ten years later, 50% of US adults own one — and that number is growing. By 2015, analysts predict that nearly a billion smartphones will be sold each year. The smartphone, as its … Continue reading

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