Q&A: Monroe Steele – Blogger with an Impressive Day Job

@MonroeSteele is a Doctor of Physical therapy and blogger behind Fashion Steele NYC.  After getting her Doctorate from NYU, Monroe started her blog as a way to express herself and her fashion choices when she is not wearing scrubs.  In Monroe’s Q&A, she shares advice for those looking to leave their day job to pursue blogging full time. Her response might…
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Q&A: Catriona Smart – Blogger With An Impressive Day Job

Catriona Smart is the Co-Founder of Halo PR Group and blogger behind CocoAndCowe.com. Catriona’s story is unique in that she started off as a full time blogger and it lead to her founding her own PR company.  In Catriona’s Q&A, she shares that being a blogger not only helped her career, but it actually made it and has led to all…
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Q&A: Doctor Linda – Blogger with an Impressive Day Job

Linda Nguyen, “insta-blogger” behind @DoctorLinda and founder of LINDERMA is a General Physician with extra training in Dermatology who drops skin care gems to keep you looking gorgeous, also has impeccable style and an impressive handbag collection to match. In her Q&A (below) Linda shares how instagram helps her connect with new clients and allows her to showcase that Medicine doesn’t…
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#RiseAbove CyberBullying

We all have insecurities and for me they started early. I used to get called pig nose, elephant ears, buck wheat. Kids would ask me why my hair didn’t move, or why my lips were so big. And don’t even get me started on my two front teeth. You name it, I got called it. Bullying sucks. Nobody wants their insecurities…
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Confession: The road to self acceptance

Growing up, I thought my nose was too big.  I thought my eyes were too close together and I had (and still have) bucked teeth. I was also self conscious of my stalky legs, my big lips, my big feet and my big chest (something I was teased about as a teen). While I’ve always known that being smart and capable…
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