Liz Brown

Liz Brown is a San Francisco-based writer and copyeditor whose day job is in marketing and communications. Her passion lies in finding the unique angle to every story. Follow her ramblings on Twitter at @lizb411.

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What to Expect When You Relocate for Love

Long-distance relationships are hard. Anyone who’s ever seen a romantic movie knows that. But can long-distance love ever […]

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De-Stress Your Commute and Have Better Mornings

Having a job is awesome. Getting there? Not so much. For most of us, commuting to work is […]

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Should You Work With a Personal Trainer?

If you hate the gym, forcing yourself to go by hiring a personal trainer might seem super counter-intuitive. […]

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Forget the Power Pose and Find Real Confidence

Confidence is that elusive quality that most people either think they have or desperately want. Whether you need […]

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Can a Recruiter Help You With Your Job Search?

Every day, job seekers get mixed messages on the best way to apply for a job to guarantee […]

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More Couples Choose Living Together Over Marriage

The times, they are a-changing. Cohabitation, living together without the commitment of marriage, has become increasingly common and […]

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7 Things to Know Before Moving Out For Good

When millennials were coming of age and attending college, the recession hit. The new norm is living with […]

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The Upside to Letting Go of Friends in Adulthood

Think back to the good old days. Making friends as a child was probably less stressful for you […]

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10 Travel Apps to Simplify Vacation Planning

We all deserve a vacation. It doesn’t matter if you work 9 to 5, part-time or are still […]

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Is it Really Possible to Be Friends With an Ex?

It doesn’t matter if a relationship lasted 10 weeks, 10 months or a complicated 10 years (kudos to you, […]