Keeping my maiden name after marriage was practically unheard of in my home state of Louisiana. I’m Vietnamese, and in Vietnamese culture, women do not take their husband’s last name upon marriage. Whatever my reason was, I don’t regret keeping my maiden name; luckily it wasn’t a deal breaker for my husband. The only time I become frustrated about having a different surname than my husband’s is when the Christmas cards come rolling in. For twelve years Thien-Kim has been doling out relationship advice and sex tips while simultaneously hawking edible body powders and vibrators at in home toy parties. A leaked memo from Forever 21 shows the fast-fashion apparel retailer plans to cut the hours of some full-time employees and reclassify them as part-time, starting Sunday.
Although it's unclear exactly how many of the 30,000 or so Forever 21 employees will move to part-time, the company said in a statement on Facebook that the cuts affect "less than 1% of of all U.S. Employees who received the memo will have their hours reduced to a maximum of 29.5 a week -- just under the 30-hour full-time designation assigned by the Affordable Care Act, which requires companies who employ 50 or more workers to provide health insurance coverage for their full-time employees or face a penalty. Newly part-time workers who were enrolled in medical, dental, vision and voluntary plans will also see their coverage cut off on Aug.


Angry consumers have inundated Forever 21's Facebook page with comments threatening boycotts and accusing the company of punishing its own employees in retaliation for the Affordable Care Act. Others slammed Forever 21 for not doing its "fair share" to support the communities that shop at its stores by offering more full-time jobs.
The retailer denied speculation from customers and the media that the decision had anything to do with the costs of Obamacare. Ginuwine has released the video for his newest single “Last Chance” which is from his upcoming album, A Man’s Thoughts, which is set to be released on June 2, 2009.
The convention didn’t make sense to me, and I couldn’t see a good reason to take my future husband’s name. Now she’s trying to follow her own advice by keeping her buzzy devices hidden from her two young kids.She blogs about the fusion of Asian, African American, and  southern culture in parenting and food at  I’m Not the Nanny. Shame on you for being yet another company to leech off of the American people," wrote another. CEO Do Won Chang told CNN last September that the company was on track to make $4 billion in 2012. Cook directed users to other map apps in the Apple store or websites like Google or Nokia until Apple's version is fixed.


Not one for conventional ideas, I decided long before I met my husband that I wouldn’t change my name after taking my marriage vows. As immigrants, they didn’t want to stand out any more than they already did with their yellow skin, black hair, and small eyes.
Perhaps it was because I knew deep down that I wouldn’t marry a Vietnamese man, and giving up my family’s name meant giving up part of my heritage. She is the head book nerd at From Left to Write, a virtual book club community for bloggers, and is launching Bawdy Bookworms, a subscription box meets book club for smart women who read sexy stories. Our family wouldn’t be the first to adjust their traditional names after coming to the United States.
After 12 years of marriage and a holiday cards addressed in various ways, I’ve learn to let it go.



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