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Tell Me About Yourself

Velta WorleyI’m a wife and a mother. I enjoy reading, biking, hiking, and being outdoors. I love the water, and could easily live near a beach or lake. I love destination vacations and look forward to traveling in the upcoming year. Hey – wait just a minute! Should I be revealing these things when someone asks me to tell them about myself? Continue reading ‘Tell Me About Yourself’

Holiday Break

David SpearsFor most people, there is a “lull” of activity at work during this time of year. And if you are unemployed, your activity may have come to a screeching halt. Don’t worry though, this may be an excellent time to plan and prepare for the beginning of a new year surge in job search activity. Continue reading ‘Holiday Break’

Knowledge is Advancement

Daniel MabryThe Fourth of July celebrates the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776 which declared the United States as independent from the British Empire. Of course 240 years has brought about dramatic change in the lives of the citizens of this great nation, namely the change in America’s job landscape. In order to navigate this new landscape that is undergoing constant change now and in the future Continue reading ‘Knowledge is Advancement’

Father’s Day

Richard PratherHello everyone! I would like to tell you what Father’s Day has meant for me growing up. If my father loved a day more than others, it was Father’s Day; a.k.a., “Advice Day.” On this one day of the year, he had my full and undivided attention; no interruptions were permitted. Continue reading ‘Father’s Day’

Houston Rodeo – Saddle Up

Diego TrevinoIt’s rodeo time, and 2,000,000+ people are getting ready and saddling up!

People travel far and wide, from parts unknown, to see the spectacle that we Houstonians experience once a year. Since the ‘50s, Trail Riders have migrated to Memorial Park to attend and participate in the Rodeo parade leading up to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Continue reading ‘Houston Rodeo – Saddle Up’

I Have a Dream

Photo 57 (2)He was a son, husband and father. He was also a minister, humanitarian and a leader in the Black American Civil rights movement.

He, and other activists, dealt with dangerous situations, but Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had the power to move people to want more. He had the courage to speak up for equality and justice, and he had the audacity to dream big. Continue reading ‘I Have a Dream’


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