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Susan McGalla Advises Women In The Working World

PR Newswire has published this article that describes advice Susan McGalla is giving to working women everywhere. This advice is going to help women earn more money, make their families happier and tend to their families while advancing their own careers. The careers that women want to have do not need to be stopped when they want to have the career they desire.

The glass ceiling is going to get in the way of women in the world, but they need to ignore that glass ceiling when they are at work. There are many ways for women to get around the glass ceiling, and they can simply break through it to get where they want to go. Most men do not act like women do not matter, but any men who still think this way can be avoided in the workplace.

When women are out in the working world, they need to make sure that they are presenting themselves with confidence. The confidence that women carry to work is going to make them look better, and it is going to help them advance their career. Confidence is perhaps the only thing that will help women get ahead when they really want to.

When women are tending to their families at home, they can still go back to school whenever they want. Women can go to school online, and they can get their class work done even when they are at home with their kids. Most women will be able to get a degree fast, and they can get back to work as fast as they can.

Every woman who wants to get a better career, advance herself and change her life can follow these steps to make sure she is ready to enter the working world.

Taylor Swift Vs. Spotify

Taylor Swift makes millions upon millions every year, so it’s no surprise to see her name in the headlines, especially after her new album, 1989 just dropped this October.

But Swift has recently made the decision to pull herself out of Spotify, which means her music will no longer be available for streaming for the people who want to listen to it there. Her whole catalog is now off of the site, and she wasn’t expecting this large of a reaction, or much of a negative one, either. She talked about the incident when she sat down with The Hollywood Reporter.

“I didn’t think that it would be shocking to anyone,” Swift said. “With as many ways as artists are personalizing their musical distribution, it didn’t occur to me that this would be anything that anyone would talk about.”

After all the articles Dan Newlin keeps forwarding me, it sure seems like anything the new pop singer does ends up getting her name at the top of hundreds and articles and headlines.

Luckily for T-Swift, not all the comments made on her decision to remove herself from the popular online streaming option was all negative. She did end up getting a ton of support and respect from many other artists that are in the industry.

“I could never have expected so many text messages, emails and phone calls from other artists, writers and producers saying thank you,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.

The Satanic Temple Gets to Put Up Christmas Display at the Florida State Capitol

Reknowned videographer and digital genius, John Textor, knows that the best way to illustrate the absurdity of a practice is through the use of absurdity in a related manner. This is certainly the case with the atheist organization called “The Satanic Temple” or TST. Again, it should be properly disclosed that the TST does not believe in the dark arts, or bow in worship to the Biblical Father of all Lies. Rather, the group doesn’t believe in the existence the devil any more than they ascribe to a belief in deity. Then why choose a name such as “The Satanic Temple”? The simple answer is to annoy Christians.

TST believes that the Constitutional Separation of Church and State implies that government should not reference religion in any manner. So when the Florida legislature allowed religious groups to put up nativity displays or displays of their faith at the state capitol building, TST saw this as a violation of the Separation of Church and State. Rather than challenge the state on those grounds, The Satanic Temple fought for and won the right to put up a display of their own. The display is a scene from hell replete with flames burning and an angel falling into the pit. Their point isn’t to display faith promoting symbols, but rather underscore what they view is the absurdity of people of faith putting up their religious symbols on public grounds. TST was backed up in their legal challenge by another atheist group called “Americans United for the Separation of Church and State”.