Small Talk: Networking Tips for Young Professional Women
If you’re a young woman with aspirations of taking over the world (or at least – your industry), then building a strong professional network is an absolute must. And let’s be honest – networking isn’t easy… and sometimes, it can be a bit nerve-wracking.
Corporate Calm: Strategies for Managing Stress in the Workplace
In all seriousness, finding ways to manage stress in the corporate world can be a challenge, but it’s also crucial for maintaining your sanity and achieving your goals. With now nearly twelve (12!) years of corporate life under my belt, I believe I have some experience in that department. Perhaps instead of learning through trial…
Imposter Syndrome: Dealing w/ the Silent Critic
Imposter syndrome is caused by a combination of internal and external factors and it’s important to recognize that imposter syndrome is a common experience and that everyone feels like an imposter at times.
Making Friends as a “Grown-up”
Friendship is easy when you aren’t worried too much about what anyone else thinks. Why is it all so much harder for all of us as adults?
I think the biggest reminder I can carry forward with me is that home is where you make it. And while I don’t know exactly what the future holds, I do know that home is anywhere I want it to be.
Friends can break your heart, too
Can you recall a time a friendship you cherished came to a end? Maybe the relationship exploded with fiery fury over a misdoing or misunderstanding – or maybe it fizzled out over a longer period of time… drawn-out and distant, slowly fading into obscurity. Or, perhaps the most painful of circumstances, one can be simply…
100 Dreams – Why You Should Start Writing Them Down
Let’s talk about defining your perfect life – regardless of hurdles. Because a wise mentor once told me, “build the well before you need the water.”
How to Make ‘Working From Home’ Work FOR You
Due to the current events, many people find themselves suddenly working from home for the first time in their lives. The transition is not a simple one. Working from home can sound peachy-keen on paper, but along with the pros come a whole new and perhaps unexpected set of challenges.
I’m writing from the the place we are newly calling home – a far cry from the ‘luxury apartment’ we paid a premium for in our downtown area.
Seeking Peace at Home
Some of us are suddenly finding ourselves with a lot more time on our hands than we expected. But for certain, we’re all in this together!