Her passion, dedication, and work ethic motivates us to push forward, think outside the box, and work harder every day. We are so proud to share her story and cause with you! Linh Thai shares her story behind Rita Phil, experiences as a Shark on Shark Tank Vietnam, and how her role at VinGroup Venture is working to help improve the lives of people in Vietnam.
Whether you’re meeting new clients, jetting off to a conference or visiting a satellite office in another city, business travel has its ups and downs. On the one hand, hitting the road means a nice break from your regular routine and – time permitting – the chance to explore a new place. On the other hand, when it comes to packing your bags, figuring out how to pack a road-ready wardrobe that looks great, travels well and fits inside a carry-on suitcase can feel like a chore.
Shopping is both a blessing and a curse. When you stumble upon a great outfit, it can be a wonderful, confidence-boosting experience: nothing beats finding the perfect dress, heading to the change room and discovering it actually fits.
But, in reality, how often does this happen? Everyone gets lucky every once in a while, but more often than not, you walk into a change room only to find that the skirt you fell in love with on the rack is too big or too small, too tight or too loose. If you’re really optimistic, you’ll go up or down a size and try to make it work. But no matter how hard you try, it’s usually near impossible to find your size in a retail store. Why?
Here are our top 10 favorite tips to guarantee a stress-free holiday travel season. No matter how you get there - plane, train, or car - use these tips to make sure your journey goes as smoothly as possible. The only thing you need to worry about is leaving plenty of room for second helpings and dessert.
The holiday season brings holiday parties which brings the dreaded winter weight. We all seem to have such good self-control the other 10 months out of the year but once Thanksgiving hits, it’s all over. For the next two months, there is always an excuse to sneak in a “cheat meal” whether it’s at the office holiday dinner, the friends-giving, or during a restaurant’s holiday special. It’s funny how even though we all know were being bad at some point during the holiday season’s gathering yet were still surprised by the extra pounds that just appear out nowhere on January 1st when we’re ready to make our New Year’s resolution.