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professional blogging as a blogger with "an interest in a subject..." to the point that the professional blogger, "has an interest, a professional objective, and a plan to achieve it." We've discussed the idea of planning more than once, on this blog. I recommend a plan - not always a... Read more →

It's the 90th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote. If you don't know how hard Susan B. Anthony worked to bring this to pass, including her arrest for voting, you need to go back to school and brush up on your American... Read more →

The business world is full of the concept of "innovation" today. It's "innovate this" and "innovate that" in articles, reports, and studies on what innovation is, as well as how to implement it in your organization. Here's the truth of the matter about innovation -it exists in another dimension. It... Read more →

By Guest Blogger, Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk Tomorrow my younger daughter, Alex, is heading back to college to start her sophomore year at the University of Buffalo. She'll only be 70 miles west of us, so we'll still see her occasionally on the weekends. Our older daughter, Kelsey, will... Read more →

While I was at Blogher last month (was it last month or earlier this month? I'm fast losing track of time! How about you? Is summer really almost over?), I had the delightful opportunity to connect with my BFF Susan Getgood. Susan is one of the first woman bloggers I... Read more →

By Guest Blogger, Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk Sorry for my absence here on the Lip-sticking blog, but last week I took a little summer vacation and went back down south to the Myrtle Beach area to spend a few days with my dad and sisters. I never got a... Read more →

I'm watching Rachel Ray right now. She has her fashion expert on. This woman tons of bad fashion advice, IMHO. Seriously, she says to throw out your scrunchies. Hello? Why? They're accessories, they work, and they look nice. So, apparently, the fashion police want us to start buying new... Read more →