Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Locks, Lights

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Quick shoot without any regard of my background, whatsoever. But I do appreciate how these small pieces add a little bit of texture to my background.

Thought I’d show everyone what I’m wearing to the office today since it’s simple, cute and fuss free. Perfect for anyone who’s looking for something quick and chic to wear with very little time to spare. That’s how I’ve been dressing lately.

Not to mention, I always make sure that my garments are light weight since the summer heat has already started to kick in.

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I highly doubt that rompers will ever go out of style but just in case they do, I’m opting for solid, basic colors so I can easily revive them in my wardrobe when they are long gone from the fashion scene.

Also, choosing to mix navy blue and gold wasn’t a shabby choice either. It’s the perfect mixture of youthfulness, sophistication and professionalism- just the right mix of what I need today.

I’m definitely ready for an afternoon full of meetings and client visits. So… fun…2015-02-17 12.05.00 1

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Hope your day is as productive as mine!



3 Replies to “Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Locks, Lights”

  1. Their motto”go slow, more doe”, if the system was chgnaed to an evaluted route system instead of the hourly pay system, we would see productivity increase drastically. This would casue carriers to steal time from themselves instead of money from the USPS. Also, do away with the walking routes where possible, mounted delivery is far more efficient and would save a tremendous amount of money and further reduce the need for as many routes. The USPS could pay for the initial boxesto be put up and the labor savings would pay for the investment with a coulple of months. Combine the union into one for Postal workers instead of four seperate craft unions and have the employees be more flexible in their duties, eliminating the “not my job” problem, or even get rid of the union protection and let the labor board protect the workers rights. If workers had o respect management and feared being fired for failure to perfrm their duties, then maybe you would see a better product and service.

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