Adulting is already hard, but having anxiety while you need to stay productive with your work and life makes it even harder. Here are five small steps you can take to stay productive when you struggle with anxiety.

We all know adulting is tough. The constant responsibilities and expectations to find and keep a solid job, eat right, stay healthy, manage your money, and somehow balance a social life and your sanity seem almost impossible at times. This is all even more challenging when you struggle with anxiety. You often find your mind racing a million miles an hour trying to figure out how to manage all of your responsibilities and your life in general. There’s even a small voice in the back of your head whispering, “You can’t do this, there’s no way. Why are you even trying?” I’ve been in yourRead More →

Stay ahead of the competition during the job search by using these suggestions to create your ultimate job search survival kit!

Thank you Samsill for sending me complimentary supplies! All opinions and suggestions are entirely my own. This post may contain affiliate links. It’s your second hour sitting at your laptop and your coffee’s turned cold. Your wrist aches as you sift through your sea of resumes, cover letters, and references. Your Linkedin profile (which has a noble 55 connections) is on standby just in case the old fashion paper resume ends up in the trash. After the 45th question on yet another application, you’re about to lose hope, but the lingering rent notice keeps your eyes on the prize. Job hunting is a daunting process.Read More →

How to conquer your nerves from interviewing and feel even more prepared to ace your job interview!

Today’s the day. In a few short hours, you’ll interview for a job. Not just any job, but a job you desperately need. A few thoughts circle your head as you wait for the interviewer to call you inside their office as you wait in the hallway. Your skin is crawling and your stomach is in knots as you sift through your notes one more time. What if they don’t like me? What if I mess up? What if I make a fool of myself? What if I’m not qualified? Suddenly, you hear your name. You blink a few times, snapping back to reality andRead More →

Job search sites and strategies by Sara Katherine

This is it. You’ve decided it’s time to find a new job. You know what you want, and it’s time to find it. (Or, you have a basic idea and you’re ready to start searching. Either works!) But…now what? Where do you start looking? Online? Through friends and colleagues? Cold calling? There’s almost an overwhelming number of job sites and options out there, so I want to share with you my go-to sites and methods for the job search. Taking a look at the following options will help you take your first steps towards finding your new career! Linkedin Fun fact: Linkedin is actually howRead More →

discover dream career

Whether you’re about to graduate college, unemployed, or looking for a job switch, you might find yourself feeling a little lost during your search for your perfect career. While some job searchers are comfortable with simply finding a gig that pays the bills, many crave more from their work. If you’re like me, you strive to find a career that not only fits your skills, but one that you also feel passionate about and overall enjoy. You want to wake up thrilled to go to work and feel passionate about your purpose within your position. However, you feel stuck. How do you find this job? WhatRead More →

Mastering the work life balance is tough. This generation is all about the hustle – working hard and doing everything you can to achieve the dream career, relationship, car, and overall life. We’re expected to balance a full-time job, friendships, a healthy lifestyle, a relationship, daily life errands, and our sanity. Many times we have to compromise one part of life to help support another; sacrifice our friendships to focus on a career, for example. I’m still rather new to the full-time career life. It’s taken at least six months to start really creating more of a plan to fine tune this work life balance. ARead More →