I have friends in all sorts of exciting places — England, Scotland, Africa, Washington, D.C., New Orleans and more. And, I’m not going to lie, sometimes I am very jealous of the opportunities they have.
So, it was a little bit of a surprise when my friend in Africa, who is doing a tour for the Peace Corps, recently told me that he was jealous of my “grown-up” job.
Both Grambling State and Louisiana Tech universities are promoting Domestic Violence Awareness Month by hosting events to increase knowledge and understanding of this issue. DART is pleased to collaborate with both universities on these projects.
At 11 a.m. Tuesday, GSU is showing an HBO feature-length documentary called “Private Violence.” The film launches an awareness and audience engagement campaign, one which challenges many misleading assumptions people often have about domestic violence.
Question: I’m not sure our economy can sustain the kind of growth we’ve been seeing. Is there anything I can do now to get ready for hard times ahead?
Answer: You can’t change the national economy around you. But you can improve your own personal economy.
Just because you fear the economy may slump is no reason for you to slouch. There are some proactive steps you can take as you seek to improve your own personal economy during any kind of economic times. Here are a few: