Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates’ Women’s Forum: It's Biss or Pritzker

In a forum I attended for 2018 Illinois Gubernatorial Candidates on Saturday, December 9, 2017, two candidates took the lead: Daniel Biss and JB Pritzker regarding women's issues. Hosted by Chicago Women Take Alliance, this forum was enlightening and may have put Daniel Biss in the lead by demonstrating his thorough knowledge of intersectionality. (Photo from Chicago SunTimes)

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I Once Briefly Owned a Business

A few years back, I dabbled with the idea of owning a tour company—and actually laid down a foundation to do so. As I'm currently auditing a few business and market research courses, I figured it's time to look back and see where I could've improved my efforts. 

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Career, LessonsMichelle Wang
With Fall Comes Productivity

Even though I'm continuously trying to find ways out of the Midwest, there's something about its changing seasons that I've grown particularly fond of (and it has nothing to do with the Midwest itself): I am more productive in the colder seasons.

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ThoughtsMichelle Wang
We Should Talk About Belize

Though Belize is one of the most expensive Central American/Caribbean countries to visit, it’s well worth it! For those seeking adventure, Belize has so much to offer. I left with countless things that I wasn’t able to fit into my brief visit, like visiting more Maya ruins, the iguana sanctuary, learning about the medicine trail, but that just means I’ll have to come back for more.

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Learning To Be More Long-Term

So, I swore off making any long-term plans for my life and decided that I was more a sprinter than a marathoner, choosing to go where the wind takes me for 3-6 months at a time and then doing a complete 180 once I was done. I wasn’t the girl you bring home to your grandmother; I was the girl you did nothing with because I’m single and anti-social. That metaphor really fell apart.

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