Glory is a sophisticated socialite with a love for shiny lipgloss and a flair for effortless style. Her trademark afro garners attention on Tumblr and on the streets of Brooklyn. She wants to be your friend.
Don Draper doesn’t love. He schtups. Basically anything in a pencil skirt. Or pants. Or culottes. And he’s about as emotionally forthcoming as an office chair. You are into this? Get thee to a therapist.
Breaking Workplace Taboos: A Conversation About Salary Transparency
Joel Gascoigne’s salary is $118,000 a year and he doesn’t care who knows it. The co-founder of Buffer, a 10-person startup that allows users to schedule social media updates, Gascoigne is the proponent of a radical new way of doing business where there is no cloak and dagger, where every employee knows everything that is happening in the business.
While driving along Maine’s Coastal Rt.1 on my way back from Acadia National Park, I stopped in at Big Chicken Barn, an antique mall and rare book store located between the towns of Ellsworth and Bucksport. This was my second visit; on my first a few years ago, I procured an old Campfire Girls book, a tin biscuit cutter, and a ceramic bean pot. This time, I didn’t buy anything, but had a lovely time scouring the vintage kitchen items, art objects, antiquated tools, and treasure trove of books and publications from Maine Farmers’ Almanacs to old Jello ads to first edition classic novels.