Where you work, what you're doing, the pay check and any added bonuses do not define your work. If you consider it work or feel like you're doing something you're passionate about or even if you're just content about, it's a job, and it's your job. Most importantly, it's a real job.
Researching new conversation topics surrounding life after college, I came across this article form The Odyssey Online which was published in 2015, that adheres to some questions we find ourselves asking after graduation. However, there were a lot on here that seemed unnecessary and easily answered with the help of a search engine. Not judging... [...]
Interviews typically happen in different stages; phone, in person and follow-up. In some cases, the company may just require a one time meet and greet, others can be more extensive. I've been through them all multiple times and can say with full confidence that every one is different. And to be even more direct, some [...]
I first heard the term 'side hustle' while reading Ann Shoket's millennial guiding book, The Big Life , and it's a term that has stuck with me since then. Typically, a side hustle is a way of earning extra cash outside of your primary income, which I think is great and incredibly smart and responsible especially for [...]
The best kind of happiness is the kind that comes into your life when you least expect it. Between toxic relationships, endlessly job searching for months, anxiety, 2017 wasn't the easiest year. But just like everything else, pros and cons go hand in hand. Although I struggled from time to time this past year, I [...]