By Sarah Ward
‘Tis the season for office holiday parties! A word to the wise, here are some things you should when deciding what to wear:
Remember, you are partying with your boss and colleagues so that means your reputation is on the line. A good rule of thumb is this: Less skin is more! Because the more skin you show, the less authoritative you become.
Based on studying data from students who use StudyBlue Android and Apple apps on their smartphone vs. students using only the website.
Students are most likely to use the smartphone for studying while commuting or when at school or work. Approximately half the students use the application to study when going to bed or just waking up as well as when standing in line. Nineteen percent use a smartphone for studying while in the bathroom and 17 percent study while exercising.
Completely understand studying on the can given the number of stuck arms in toilets there are lately.
Whatever shows up when you Google yourself is your first introduction to many people. If you apply for a job, the human resources manager might Google you to find out what kind of person you are. If she finds nothing but pics of you drunk, half-naked and partying it up, you’re probably not even going to get an interview. On the other hand, if you’re applying for a job as a software engineer and she stumbles upon your insightful technology blog, you’re a shoe in.
The best advice I’ve seen for managing your online identity is to act online as you would in person. Simply be yourself, and if you’re looking to impress, be the best possible version of yourself.