First friends, new friends, all are so priceless to us at so many points in our life. How do you manage maintaining these relationships during times of great change in your life?
Hands down, I’m quite a bit on the conservative side when it comes to spending money (except when it comes to candles 😊). I was raised to be a saver and I’ve lived my life that way. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve reaped the benefits of being a saver. Having […]
We keep hearing how these are unprecedented times. And they are. It’s true that in times of crisis the human condition is laid bare. We are seeing the best and worst of our communities right now. Our key workers are on the front line working tirelessly to ensure our safety, […]
Due to the Coronavirus, schools have quickly flexed to utilizing new educational methodologies to ensure that students continue to receive an education. How well are you adapting to these changes? What strategies can help?
Getting your first blog out can seem daunting, but it’s not as difficult as it sounds. I had a burning desire to write for a living but I didn’t know how to go about it. I had something to say and didn’t know how to say it. After being a […]
It’s a new world for many of us and with it comes a lot of changes and adjustments to our lifestyles. What are some ideas to make the most of it and how do we get through it? Stay Connected Isolation and boredom can quickly set in if we don’t […]
I was always so jealous of those kids that it seemed from birth knew exactly what they wanted to be when they grew up. Not everyone does. For some of us it takes time, patience and soul-searching to find that one special job. How did you know when you had found your career?
Texting is easy. Texting is quick. In one clean text we can get our message across and can move on to our next task. But are we really simply moving on or are we missing out?
Being in the workforce for over twenty years, that’s right Twenty years you learn a lot about your career, not only in the means of who you are and who you want to become but those in your life who will stand in your way to success. Don’t ever let […]
How many times have you stepped into an elevator and not a single person, even the ones you know, have their heads down, phones on, and they never utter a single greeting to you? Have you ever gone to a restaurant and seen a table full of friends not talking […]
March 8th is International Women’s Day and is the focal point for women’s rights. Collectively, each one of us can help create a gender equal world. As this day is quickly coming upon us, how will you integrate greater equality for women into your personal life and professional career?
Changing up your décor may sound wildly exciting… until you realize that your flair for design isn’t what you wished it was and that your color contrasting skills are lacking. So, what do you do, especially if you are on a tight budget? Here’s some great options!
With storms Ciara and Dennis behind us but more cold weather on the way, the best thing to do on days like these is to stay in and keeping safe. Staying in all weekend when there’s stormy weather outside can be awesome, especially when you make The Lazy Weekend List. […]
First off, I would like to apologize for dropping off the radar for a bit. I was surprised by a bit of good news when I was offered the chance to be interviewed for the position of Assistant Manager. I spent a whole week in preparation for that. Immediately after […]
After the recent tragic news of Caroline Flack sadly taking her own life, I think as a society we need to take action against the kind of social media abuse she received over the upcoming court case. I will not go into details about the case. Firstly, it’s not […]
It’s important to note that what we deem worthy of worrying about is a decision we each make for ourselves. To me there’s always been three types of worrying: initial worry, productive worrying, and nonproductive worrying. What type of worrier are you?
I was always good at writing in school but once school was over, I quit journaling. Not necessarily for a reason, but I just moved on to other things. Then, I got a chronic illness and I was filled with mixed emotions, grief, and sadness. My solution – sorting it […]
Saying yes can often be one of the easiest answers to a question that comes our way. However saying no, now that’s a whole other story. No comes with fear, worry, and so much more. But why? And can saying no actually be saying yes at times? First, many of […]
There are a few reasons why you should start a mental health blog in college that you should know! I am sure by now you have read a blog that solved a problem for you or informed you of a topic you have little knowledge of. If you believe […]