How-To Plan An Intimate Event, Part Four: The Main Event

The day of the event has finally arrived! Although you might be buzzing with excitement, there are still some things that need to be considered and tasks to be completed. There are three parts to the main event.  Tip #1: How-To Plan An Intimate Event, Parts 1 – 3 It’s time to pull together allContinue reading “How-To Plan An Intimate Event, Part Four: The Main Event”

A Few Interesting Reads

When I was younger I loved to read. I would spend every minute of my free time with a book in my hands, and it was such a normal occurrence to spot me with a book. I would bring a book to school, to church, to every car ride, etc. It has been such aContinue reading “A Few Interesting Reads”

You Interview Well: Tips for Interviews

It’s the season of graduations and job seeking. In addition, many places that closed or laid off workers due to COVID have begun searching for employees at this time. Whether you’re looking for your first job or your third (we all know it takes about 2 or more jobs to live in the US) youContinue reading “You Interview Well: Tips for Interviews”

Protect Your Work-life Peace

Call me crazy, or misunderstood, but I don’t believe that you should stay at a job when you are miserable – no matter what. There isn’t enough money that you are getting, enough time in your days, or enough peace in your life for you to constantly go to work everyday and be miserable. It’sContinue reading “Protect Your Work-life Peace”

Tips to Work Around Your Indecisiveness. Yes, No, Maybe?

I can be the queen of maybe.  “Do you want pizza or Chinese food for dinner?” “Maybe Chinese food…No, maybe pizza?” “Do you like this shirt or the sweater?” “Maybe the shirt. No, maybe the sweater is better.” “Do you know what you want to do after graduation?” “Um…maybe go to grad school or maybeContinue reading “Tips to Work Around Your Indecisiveness. Yes, No, Maybe?”

Job Switch Itch

Do you know what wanderlust is? It’s a really strong desire or call to travel. One who feels the call of wanderlust doesn’t sit still in one place too long. They need to go. Where they choose to go could be anywhere, but it’s a passion to get out there and travel. Do you thinkContinue reading “Job Switch Itch”

Tips for College Success: Experience People

One of the best tips I can give for college success is to take the time to experience people. Often we are so focused on having amazing experiences that usually have to do with activities, places, etc. Those things are great, but it’s also the people who can really make or break an experience. WhenContinue reading “Tips for College Success: Experience People”

Tips for College Success: Post-Secondary Party Scene

Based on the title and cover photo, you might think I’m about to write all about how I partied it up at college. You’d be wrong! I’m not really a party person, so I spent the majority of my time in school attending campus events and shows. I did go to a few parties, lessContinue reading “Tips for College Success: Post-Secondary Party Scene”