August 6th, 2014 — 11:01am
Today we have a post from Stephanie Florence, 40:20 Vision’s contributing / Millennial editor, reflecting on a different kind of jealousy and how she works through those feelings.
Question: What do you get when you combine a popular e-book author/blogger, Parade contributor and YouTube employee who earned an invite to Sheryl Sandberg’s?
Answer #1: The fantastic women I was fortunate to sit down to dinner with recently – and also call friends.
Social media brought us together by ... keep reading...
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August 5th, 2014 — 12:16pm
Weddings almost always make me look forward or backward. But this summer I enjoyed two weddings entirely in the present.
Looking back now, I see how people today are increasingly creating new rituals and putting their own twist on the old. I think it’s related to the fact that people waiting a little longer to get married. You know yourself better so you can put your individuality into your wedding…creating a bridge between past and future.
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July 17th, 2014 — 12:00pm
Today we have a post from Stephanie Florence, 40:20 Vision’s contributing / Millennial editor, reflecting on her role in recent weddings.
I’ve reached that age when my mailbox is filled with save the date postcards and wedding invitations. I can’t scroll through my Facebook NewsFeed without seeing bling on a gal’s left hand or photos of girls in matching dresses. I’ve had five weddings during the last year (including both the sister and brother) and seven ... keep reading...
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June 28th, 2014 — 4:11am
I’m interested in the HBO documentary airing Monday night. Filmmaker Doug Block started doing wedding videos on the side to make money and now, 112 wedding later, he has revisited the couples to see what marriage looks like on the other side of I do. It’s classic 40:20 vision. I hate to be the one always saying that marriage is hard…but it is. It’s all about how easy it is to deal with the hardships.
As the documentarian ... keep reading...
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June 3rd, 2014 — 10:55am
Today we have a guest post from Evelyn Lauer on her lessons from looking back at love.
I spent most of my 20s obsessing about love. When will I meet him? When will I find true love? Why isn’t he calling me? Why am I alone? Where is he? Who is he? Am I over him? Why can’t I get over him? These were the litany of questions that lived in my mind every day.
Life was ... keep reading...
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May 29th, 2014 — 5:59am
Today's post shares reflections on life and career -- what;s wrong about being right and more.
Don’t hide behind your fears. I have learned that usually when relationships – work or personal – get stuck it’s often because someone is letting their insecurities get in the way of moving forward and finding a solution. If something doesn’t work…don’t waste your time blaming someone else or defending being right. Do spend your time learning from what went wrong and getting ... keep reading...
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