10 Thoughtful Interview Questions

If you're anything like me, you hate interviews. I’m slightly awkward and generally an introvert so they take a lot of energy out of me. With that said, unfortunately they are a necessary part of landing a job. The better you do at interviews, the quicker you get hired so might as well knock them... Continue Reading →

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Something About Self-Care

A couple years ago I was basically miserable. I had just graduated college and moved to a new city away from family and friends where I was underpaid and hated my job. After some research, I began trying different methods to improve physically, mentally and spiritually.  It is important to note that self-care is different... Continue Reading →

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Email Etiquette Made Easy

I’ve learned so much about email etiquette from sending my own mistakes as well as from being on the receiving end. A couple years ago, I was contacted for an interview via email that I declined due to all the grammatical errors; as I didn’t want to work for a company that was too lazy... Continue Reading →

What To Do When Stuck In A Slump

“This too shall pass”...My mom says this all the time as I even have it tattooed in her handwriting. Whether you are having good times or bad times they won’t last forever. So if you are in a slump the first step is to acknowledge the feeling and know you will get past it. If... Continue Reading →

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Five Entry-Level Mistakes

From human resource courses, four internships and two entry-level positions I like to think I’ve acquired some knowledge on entry-level work. I learned the hard way but if you’re reading this I’d love to share my experience so at least one reader can benefit from my mistakes. Not Negotiating Your Salary - I want to... Continue Reading →

10 Cheap Travel Tips

A few of the best perks of being a young professional are salaries,freedom, and paid time off. For the year 2017, I made it a goal to take a trip to a different city every month. As expected, this has required some serious planning, dedicated friends, and budgeting. Overtime, I learned a few tips and... Continue Reading →

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Five Apps to Simplify Your Life

  Throughout high school and college I was fortunate enough to rely on my parents to assist with paying my bills and scheduling various appointments. Needless to say, I had a rude awakening after graduation. Dramatic as it may be, I became mentally drained just thinking of setting a budget, scheduling appointments and improving my... Continue Reading →

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