14 Ways to Invest in Yourself

It’s no secret that the world is ever evolving and it’s not only beneficial to evolve with it but essential. The job market is changing with technology and is always requiring new and more broad skills sets from potential applicants. Not only that, but, with the idea of having multiple income streams, education in areasContinue reading “14 Ways to Invest in Yourself”

14 Ways to Fill Empty Journals

If you’re anything like me, you have empty journals adorning many a shelf in your house. I’ve gotten them as gifts, bought some for myself and collected them from events I’ve been to for school. It’s such a shame to let such pretty things sit unused on the shelf so I’ve compiled a list ofContinue reading “14 Ways to Fill Empty Journals”

15 Job Interview Tips

Let’s get real for a second here. A lot of people are going to be looking for jobs once this situation is over. That means a lot of people are going to be going to job interviews. I’ve done quite a few interviews in my time and I’d like to think I’ve gotten pretty goodContinue reading “15 Job Interview Tips”

Things to Do on Sunday for a Productive Week

Sundays are a blessing and a curse. I always feel the lurking threat of a new work week but also still feel the freedom of having a day off. I try to be productive on the weekends but sometimes Saturday just gets away from me and before I know it, I’ve been unproductive all dayContinue reading “Things to Do on Sunday for a Productive Week”

8 Ways to Motivate yourself

We all have days when it feels impossible to complete even the smallest of tasks. All we want to do is lay in bed and watch Netflix. Emptying the dishwasher or making the bed has turned into a Herculean task that absolutely cannot be tackled. So what can we do when we feel like this?Continue reading “8 Ways to Motivate yourself”

How to Start the New Semester off Right

With the winter semester coming to a close, I thought it would be a good time to reflect and talk about what we can do to make next semester more successful. Better grades, better time management, less stress. It’s all achievable. If this semester left something to be desired, read this post to see howContinue reading “How to Start the New Semester off Right”

What I Eat in a Day

An unexpected side effect that came with my potential IBS diagnosis is a newfound obsession with food. I’m suddenly very conscious of what I eat and how it makes me feel. I feel sick a large percentage of the time and my appetite is not great. Something that I read is that it can beContinue reading “What I Eat in a Day”

Do’s and Don’ts of Moving

I’ve moved several times and every time I feel like I learned something new. I’ve done something different every time so it’s been a different experience. Whether it was moving from the dorms at university into my first apartment or moving in with my boyfriend, it was quite the adventure. I’m going to share withContinue reading “Do’s and Don’ts of Moving”

Small Changes to Make to Feel Like you Have your Life Together

It can be hard being a sort of adult. You’re expected to do adult things and act a certain way but when it really comes down to it, a lot of people don’t feel like adults. You graduate high school and suddenly you’re expected to fend for yourself. These are some things that you canContinue reading “Small Changes to Make to Feel Like you Have your Life Together”