Current NY Times News Assistant, Columbia J-School Grad. Past work & internships include: The TODAY Show, MSNBC, PIX11 (WPIX-TV), NY1, & News 12 New Jersey, & CNNMoney.com
The “secrets of success” is a class many wish they could have taken in their post-grad life. Unfortunately, learning the major keys to excelling in your career and your life may not be something that can be taught in a classroom, or even absorbed from DJ Khaled’s Snapchat.
Fries don’t always have the best rep when it comes to health. Not only are most fries produced in day-old canola oil at fast food joints, but even finer restaurants load up this infamous side dish with cheese, butter and tons of salt. That being said – fries are pretty delicious, making them difficult to resist when we order a juicy burger.
When you’ve been friends with someone for a long time, especially through really important (and at times, difficult) life stages, it can be hard to admit that more often than not, you’re not on the same page anymore. The friend we made growing up, and even in college sometimes leads a different path than we do. Or our relationships with them become so toxic that you are no longer supportive or beneficial to one another anymore.