On Keeping Work Life and Your Personal Life Separate
For us as millennials, social media dominates our lives these days. We are constantly tweeting, posting, sharing, Instagram-ing or YouTube-ing. We really have no limits to what we share and it can cause parts of our lives to cross without us even knowing it.
We forget that our boss follows us on Twitter and share things that aren’t really necessary. Not that it will necessarily make or break…
"I don’t know why people teach kids about ‘pimples’ and ‘hormones’ and ‘armpit hair’, and refrain from telling them that if they don’t achieve their billion-dollar dreams at the age of twenty-one, there will still be much more to life. And that when you fail at your first job, it isn’t going to be the end of the world. And eventually you will realize that each person’s world is different and your only job is to figure out what your best world can be."
More Than What You Wear by Julia S.
Everywhere you turn, it seems like there is a new recommendation about how to look, dress, and act. If you turn on the television, there is a disturbing abundance of commercials about women’s cosmetics, apparel, and even perfume! Magazines proclaim a five step guide to appearing like every other…
Five Things I've Learned From Extroverts
Original photo via Thomas R. KollEver feel as if people mix up “being your best self” with “no need to ever try harder because that’s just who you are?” Ugh. Sometimes being your best self means acknowledging that you have…
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Day Job vs. Dream Job: When to Pursue Passion or a Paycheck
I graduated from college with a degree in English. It’s a loaded statement to admit, and I’m always nervous about telling anyone. There’s a stereotype among us liberal arts graduates – we’re all going to end up as baristas (which is a perfectly fine job) or stuck in dead-end jobs with no advancement opportunities that have nothing to do with our degree.
Unfortunately, some of us are forced into…
Five Things I’ve Learned From Extroverts
Original photo via Thomas R. KollEver feel as if people mix up “being your best self” with “no need to ever try harder because that’s just who you are?” Ugh. Sometimes being your best self means acknowledging that you have areas to work on, and that can mean finding inspiration in others. I’m an introvert with a lot of extroverted friends, so it can be a struggle to see eye-to-eye sometimes, but… View On WordPress