What We Wore Wednesday

2 Classy Sisters

Rachel’s Look

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| Express Top | H&M Blazer | American Eagle Jeggings | J. Crew Heels | Tory Burch Bracelet
| Channel Earrings |

I have been waiting to wear this blazer for awhile now. I got it this summer at an H&M while abroad in Spain and I absolutely love it! I think it looks so cute with jeans but you can also dress it up with a pencil skirt or dress pants. I had meetings to go to today so I decided this would be a good day to finally wear it. I also decided to wear my favorite heels which are from J. Crew. They are so comfy and the perfect little heel for when you know you will be on your feet a lot.

Michelle’s Look

| Express shirt | J. Crew Factory vest | American Eagle jeggings | Dillards boots | Etsy monogram necklace…

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Flower In A Fortress

The Lonely Author

Unlike most days, where I respond to posts fairly quickly, today I will be out much of the day. If anything in this post inspires you to leave a comment, please feel free to do so. I will get back to you late in the afternoon. I didn’t want anyone to think I was ignoring them.

Today, I’m scheduled to be in an office full of attorneys for several hours.

Do you know what this means?

Later in the evening I will take my warm shower using Mr. Clean, Brillo, Easy Off, Lysol, L’Oreal (because I’m worth it), Branson Industrial Strength Cleaner, Bounty (the quicker picker upper), and three scouring pads.

Please, feel free to leave your grime removing suggestions.

And now, back to the loving…

Flower In A Fortress

Gazing through the window pane, at the distant stars, he smiled. They didn’t seem to be as far as the…

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$15.00 Per Hour For Flipping Burgers Isn’t The Issue: It Is About A Survivable Wage

Truth Troubles

Republicans and business owners do not want a $15.00 per hour minimum wage for people who do menial work. The comment that keeps resonating in my memories are those made by these folks who say the job simply isn’t worth that high of a wage and they are correct, it’s not. But the issue is not the question of if these same politicians are worth what they are being paid, by us. The question is being staged simply as value. Is the person flipping burgers worth paying $600.00 per week (15.00 x 40 hrs a week), probably not, but this issue isn’t about the employees value to the company, it is about your value as an employer to the employee. Simply put the workers are working there at your company everyday trying to make a living for themselves and their families. If I am working for you full-time but I…

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