3 Reasons Why Your Job Search Is Failing (And How to Fix It)

Searching for a job is hard….and stressful…and tiring…..and frustrating…..and sometimes it may even feel hopeless.  At times, it may feel like you are so stuck you are never going to get out of the place that you’re trying to get out of and you may as well give up. Well I’m here to tell youContinue reading “3 Reasons Why Your Job Search Is Failing (And How to Fix It)”

4 Hacks For Job Searching on LinkedIn

If you are looking for a job and aren’t using LinkedIn, you are making a mistake.  Now to be clear, I don’t work for LinkedIn and I’m not trying to sell you on their services, so this comes from an unbiased place.  But LinkedIn is basically a professional version of Facebook and if you’ve readContinue reading “4 Hacks For Job Searching on LinkedIn”

Is Your Workplace Toxic?

For someone who is working in a toxic workplace, they may not even realize it because it’s something they deal with on an everyday basis and have become accustomed to.  It’s only when they leave that they realize the horse poop they’ve had to deal with.  I’m not just talking about having to stay atContinue reading “Is Your Workplace Toxic?”

The 3 Best Ways to Get Picky Kids to Eat Vegetables

There’s a certain point after a child starts eating solid food that they realize, “Hey, wait a minute, broccoli doesn’t taste so great.”  I’m not sure if these toddlers have a meeting and decide one day that they are just going to stop eating vegetables, but one day they’re loving them and the next, it’sContinue reading “The 3 Best Ways to Get Picky Kids to Eat Vegetables”

5 Qualities of a Great Manager

Being a Manager comes with a lot of responsibility.  For a company to succeed, employees must at least respect their Manager enough to A want to stay and B want to give effort.  So, what qualities make a successful Manager? Leadership Ability Compassion Communication Skills Knowledge People Person The list of qualities can go onContinue reading “5 Qualities of a Great Manager”

3 Resume Mistakes You’re Making

If you’ve created da resume, you probably already know that there’s about 1000 things to think about when writing one.  How long should it be?  Should I include my first job in 1932?  Do I have to write that I was a stay at home mom?  Should it be Word or PDF?  Should I putContinue reading “3 Resume Mistakes You’re Making”

Educational TV Shows For Toddlers You Haven’t Thought About

If you are a parent who is able to make it through the day without putting the television on for your toddler, I congratulate you.  But for the rest of us, most days, the TV serves as a way to break up the day and give your toddler some time to wind down. Now keepContinue reading “Educational TV Shows For Toddlers You Haven’t Thought About”

Is Giving Two Weeks’ Notice Necessary?

You’re all ready to quit your job and planned out everything you’re going to say to your boss and your coworkers. You even decided to go the extra step and write a letter of resignation.  The question you ask yourself though, before you get the ball rolling is, “Do I need to give two weeks’Continue reading “Is Giving Two Weeks’ Notice Necessary?”

Should You Go Back To School To Get Your Master’s Degree?

It seems like a great idea doesn’t it?  You’re having trouble finding a job so you decide, maybe I’ll pause my job search, go back to school, get a Master’s degree and come out and find a job that will pay me more because I now have a shiny new degree.  I hate to burstContinue reading “Should You Go Back To School To Get Your Master’s Degree?”

Should You Keep Score In Youth Sports Games (The Answer May Surprise You)

Is keeping score in a T-ball game with 4 year old kids really necessary?  The answer to the question is actually, yes, it is necessary and if you are a coach, or running a league, score should always be kept during a game.  That may surprise the “everyone is a winner crowd”, but there areContinue reading “Should You Keep Score In Youth Sports Games (The Answer May Surprise You)”