Work & Life
A recruitment expert shares seven tips for strengthening your resume.
From asking for discounts to cleaning out your wardrobe, there are lots of simple ways to stretch your hard-earned dollar.
Work and life recently brought Sarah to New York for 10 days and she has lived to tell the tale. She shares the ups and downs of navigating work travel and New York's chaos.
People who are good at organization do it effortlessly, right? Think again. Some real talk on the work of being organized — and tips for easing the burden.
How do you know when it's time to stop sticking it out and, instead, move on? Alyssa shares five factors she considered when contemplating leaving her job.
A lifelong writer shares how her passion project (this very blog) reignited her interest in the written word.
Talking about death sucks, but your future self will thank you for having tough conversations with your parents NOW about how they want their affairs handled when they die, and what role, if any, they hope you'll play.
Having trouble focusing at work? We're with you, friends. You may want to try the Pomodoro Technique, a time management hack that organizes work into short intervals with breaks.
Getting comfortable bragging about yourself takes practice. But when we don’t highlight our skills and experience, we set ourselves back.
The daily slog of a working parent can be a wearisome one. Jen shares some lessons she's learned (and lessons she wishes she would learn) to try to manage life after mat leave.
It is very likely you are making less than a man would (or does). Let that fact sink in, infuriate you and fuel your fire to get your money.
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.
It’s been years since I’ve brought anyone a beer in exchange for a tip, but working at a sports bar taught me some valuable lessons about being professional.