Yoga for a Broken Heart

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In 2010, Brittany Wells– an Intelligence Community Recruiter and blogger– was desperate for a way to cope. Riddled with anxiety, the 32-year-old was struggling through a toxic marriage and felt out of control. Yoga, like a beam of light, became her lifeline. “If it wasn’t for yoga, I wouldn’t have had the strength to leave […]
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We Found the Holy Grail of Authentic Vietnamese Food

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Soft-shell crab, pork spring rolls, flaming beef. OH Yes. Present Restaurant in Falls Church, VA wants to shatter your preconceived notions about Vietnamese food. Tucked between a tire shop and nail salon on a busy Northern Virginia street, the restaurant’s owners approach everything with intention– including the restaurants name. “The present is a gift,” says […]
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5 Prestigious Summer Internships for Future World Leaders

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Summer internships are no longer just for newbies. Whether you’re a college student looking to gain experience or a professional looking to switch careers– internships can play a pivotal role in landing a career that matters. These prestigious summer internship programs come with plenty prestige and a hefty list of perks. Here are the programs […]
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Your Big Fat Weekend in Washington, D.C.

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Ready to experience the best things to do this weekend? Eat all the things and explore all the places with our ultimate list. Our city guide has arrived; and we promise you’ll never need to sit around wondering who’s having fun without you ever again. For tourists and weekend warriors alike, Washington DC has so much […]
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Millennials Are Skipping the Corner Office

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For years, the goal for modern professionals has been to reach a corner office by 30. But according to recent research, times have changed. Studies show a majority of millennials have no interest in striving toward the number one spot in a company or even becoming top management. Is there something really wrong here? Or […]
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7 Things to Do in D.C. This Winter

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Winter in Washington’s on-again off-again polar vortex is not for the faint of heart. Commuting in finger-numbing weather, shoveling snow covered pathways and cars, and rediscovering your routine after the holiday break– all things that make you want to enable your out-of-office email and start daydreaming about a tropical get-away. As a child, my attitude […]
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