06.01.2016 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness
Dr. Robert S. Berger of Charles County Dermatology
Each year the summer season is kicked off each May by way of the skin cancer awareness month. The first Monday of May is designated Melanoma Monday. As people get ready for shorts and sandals, this is a good time to check our skin for new and changing growths. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the US, with over 1 million cases yearly. One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime, of these, between 40 and 50 percent aged 65 will have basal cell carcinoma ... Read More
05.28.2016 / Blog Posts Recipes
Checkout these great recipes to help you enjoy your Memorial Day and maintain your diet!
Ingredients: Read More
- 15-ounce can black beans, no salt added, rinsed and drained
- 1 cup cooked quinoa (according to package directions)
- 1 cup fresh or frozen corn
- 1 small red bell pepper, chopped
- 1 cup chopped fresh mango
- 1/4 cup finely chopped red onion
- 1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro ...
05.23.2016 / Blog Posts Career Corner
We all have them - those quirks and qualities we simply don't want to own up to. And, no, I'm not talking about the fact that you know every single word to Rapper's Delight or that you spend every Saturday evening binge-watching reality television.
Instead, these are those more professional traits and behaviors that you don’t tend to boast about in the office, simply because you think they make you look weak, unintelligent, or unconfident. You’ve been conditioned to think of your own natural inclinations as flaws or drawbacks, so you ... Read More
05.21.2016 / Blog Posts Community
Looking for family-friendly and budget-friendly fun in the city? Check out these five activities that your family and your wallet will love.
1 . Explore the National Zoo
The National Zoo is free to enter and is home to over 18,000 animals of over 300 different species from giant pandas to flamingos.
2. Hike through Rock Creek Park
Celebrate the 100th year of the National Park Service by exploring the 32 miles of trails in Rock Creek Park. If staying indoors is more your style, take your exploring mind to outer space on the ranger –led astronomy programs in ... Read More
05.18.2016 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness
By: Deanna Jefferson
The change of season from winter to spring usually brings increased rainfall---and here in the DMV (DC, MD, VA) area we are surely receiving our fair share of wet stuff. The good news is that the flowers and greenery will be so lush come summertime. The not so good news is that all the rain may put a damper (pun intended) on your outdoor workouts and physical activities. I've created a list of great alternatives for your workouts to keep you from suffering from drizzle discouragement.
Can't beat it, join it! If you're an ... Read More
05.16.2016 / Blog Posts Career Corner
"Well, I've got that in the bag," I thought to myself as I strolled out of the office building where I'd just completed a job interview - my second one with a company I was ridiculously excited about.
I walked to my car feeling confident and self-assured. I had an eloquent and thoughtful response for every single question the interviewer tossed my way. She had laughed at my jokes. We even bonded over our love for dogs. I knew I had knocked the meeting out of the park, and I was already picturing my ... Read More
05.10.2016 / Blog Posts Recipes
Recipe By: Southern Living
Spring Garden Strawberry Salad celebrates the sweet taste of spring with fresh ingredients such as fresh sugar snap peas, baby arugula, strawberries, cucumber, and baby English peas.Makes: 6 servingsTotal time: 40 MinutesIngredients:1 1/2 cups trimmed fresh sugar snap peas (about 5 oz.)1 (4-oz.) package baby arugula2 cups sliced fresh strawberries1 cup seeded and chopped English cucumber3/4 cup frozen baby English peas, thawed4 ounces Gorgonzola cheese, crumbled6 cooked bacon slices, coarsely chopped
05.02.2016 / Blog Posts Career Corner
Even the best leaders get invited to work on projects or teams in which they are not in charge. Maybe you need to learn new skills or gain knowledge, or maybe your boss just wants to see how well you play with others. Whatever the case, you’re now in a situation you haven’t been in for a while.
Learning to hold back a habitual behavior requires adopting a different mindset, which is easier said than done. Begin working on it by learning to think differently about how you add value at work. No ... Read More
04.29.2016 / Blog Posts Events
On Monday evening, the Women of Washington gathered at The Gryphon located in Washington, D.C. to kick off the 2016 NFL Draft. The Washington Redskins Cheerleaders also co-hosted the event.
Over 150 excited WOW members anxiously waited outside of the private venue for the party to begin. At check-in, every guest received a raffle ticket and access to the VIP WOW area for members only. Guests enjoyed complimentary appetizers such as ceviche and chicken and waffles. The drink menu gave women the option to enjoy some drink specials.
During the event, women were able to mingle with former and ... Read More
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