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@yvettepistorio I really love it...even though it's fake.
1 hour, 40 minutes ago on Gin and Topics: Singing, Dancing, and Kissing
@KateFinley No. I went for a bike ride instead.
My latest conversation: Gin and Topics: Singing, Dancing, and Kissing
1 day, 4 hours ago on Foodie #FollowFriday: Meet Amy Ayers, Paleo Mommy Blogger!
@belllindsay Yeah...they came out earlier this week and said it was staged. So sad.
1 day, 5 hours ago on Gin and Topics: Singing, Dancing, and Kissing
@RobBiesenbach I banned it at our wedding, too, but if Lindsay had been there, I would have been forced to do it.
@Joshua Wilner/A Writer Writes RIGHT!? LOL!!
1 day, 6 hours ago on Gin and Topics: Singing, Dancing, and Kissing
@RebeccaTodd I think he did, too!
@katskrieger I missed it the first time and had to go back, frame-by-frame.
1 day, 7 hours ago on Gin and Topics: Singing, Dancing, and Kissing
I am sooooo late to the party, but you are my hero! You make me laugh at least one time every day. Love you so much!
1 day, 7 hours ago on Friday Pot ‘o Inspiration: The Gushing Edition
I think I shall have ice cream for lunch.
My latest conversation: #FollowFriday: Aimee West
1 day, 11 hours ago on Foodie #FollowFriday: Meet Amy Ayers, Paleo Mommy Blogger!
1 day, 12 hours ago on #FollowFriday: Aimee West
@aimeelwest Happy Birthday!!!
1 day, 13 hours ago on #FollowFriday: Aimee West
My latest conversation: Five Things You Can’t Expect from an Unpaid Intern
2 days, 3 hours ago on Livefyre Q&A with Beth Hayden, Author Pinfluence
@stevenmcoyle We hired all four of them. The little brats.
2 days, 4 hours ago on Five Things You Can’t Expect from an Unpaid Intern
We're super late on this, but the winners are @creativeoncall and @sierratierra. We have signed copies of the book for you so get me your mailing address and we'll take care of it!
2 days, 4 hours ago on Livefyre Q&A with Beth Hayden, Author Pinfluence
@bradmarley My opinion on this is college credit IS a paid internship. In my experience, lots of organizations require senior students (or new college graduates) do an internship for free. Mostly in the agency world. It's so bad in some states, it's gone to the legal system.
I love this! Thank you for writing it. We used to have a really robust intern program. We'd hire four new college graduates and pay them. They'd each compete for one full-time job. It worked extraordinarily well…until the last group we had decided they weren't going to compete with one another and presented the end-of-the-internship project together. Little jerks! But I'd add one more thing to your list: When you pay your interns, they're less likely to go to your competitors and give away all your secrets. You'll learn that lesson the hard way.
@rdopping Dang. I should have kept it to the 12 step process.
2 days, 7 hours ago on Host a Successful Webinar with These 16 Steps
@FollowtheLawyer I shall do that! Great advice.
@susancellura You're very welcome!