Juggle readers adjusting to new socially distant lifestyles: A career coach and a health care professional working their butts off.
In our series “Life at a Distance,” we’ll be sharing the experiences of featured Juggle readers adjusting to new socially distant lifestyles post-COVID-19. Julia gave birth to her first daughter and Justine went back to Singapore to be with her family when the virus began to spread in New York.
Here are a few of the things we’re listening to, watching and reading in quarantine to take our minds off the pandemic. We can’t promise they’re all positive, but at least they’re all something different.
When Moriah’s non-traditional job search process landed her a bunch of interviews, she had a good problem on her hands. But how to nail them? She explains.
In a society that often punishes women for being career-driven, we we met a happy professional powerhouse who says “I don’t believe in work-life balance.”
Moriah thought outside the box when looking for a new job — and it worked. Now she wants to help others by telling them exactly how she did it.
Look for work that builds on your strengths. Let go of trying to remediate your weaknesses. Amy shares how this perspective and her strengths assessment results have influenced her career.
Looking for a laugh? A good cry? Some sobering investigative journalism? How about a new perspective? Or a dancy jam? We got you.
Alyssa interviews Mena Cammett about landing her dream job at The World Bank, discovering herself through traveling and juggling career and sleep.
Reading fiction makes you nicer. No really. Research says so. Here is what we at the Juggle are reading and listening to this holiday season.
Have you ever, sort of, noticed how much you use verbal fillers? Amy listened to a recording of herself and is working on making her speech more meaningful.
Issy Stinnette has a really cool job: She’s a marine scientist, specializing in estuary science. She talked to The Juggle about what her job actually entails and the winding route that got her there.
Gerry Means built her career in finance during a time when few women, beyond secretaries, worked in large investment banks. She shares her juggle.
A lifelong writer shares how her passion project (this very blog) reignited her interest in the written word.
Getting comfortable bragging about yourself takes practice. But when we don’t highlight our skills and experience, we set ourselves back.
In January, we asked what was on your minds as you embarked on 2018. Now, as the year winds down, we’re reflecting on those goals. Here’s to using the next few months to make good on your resolutions.
If you’re looking for more support or a kick in the pants to get something started, you need a professional development squad. This blog wouldn’t exist if I hadn’t found one.
Building your confidence is crucial to pursuing your goals and feeling good about yourself. We asked The Juggle community what makes them feel confident at work. Here’s what they had to say.