Now that Fall is here, I am seeing tailgates for college football and I feel so nostalgic. It feels like just yesterday that I was a high school senior turned college freshman. I was too geeked to be moving that hour and a half from my parents. It was my first taste of freedom and… Continue reading A Letter To My College Freshman Self
By Brianna Krueger It took being broken up with to realize what I want in a relationship – someone that makes me want to be a better me. Someone that I won’t say necessarily completes me, but adds to me. Someone who teaches and challenges me to step out of what I’m accustomed to as… Continue reading What A Girl Wants: A Better Me, A Better You
I am super excited to have been nominated for the 2017 Blogger Recognition Award by Elizabeth at Family Farm School. By the way, I encourage everyone to check her blog out, she covers some great topics. I decided to take my blogging seriously in December of 2016 and being nominated for this award makes me… Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award
Recently I had an incident that shed light on the importance of safety. To many, calling someone a “stalker” is used in a jokingly manner, but this was all too real in my situation. To give you a preface to my story about stalking, I was asked to give someone a ride to a job… Continue reading Single Girl Safety Tips
Scenario: You've been called into a meeting. You grab your notebook and pen to take notes, you try to organize relevant information and review the agenda to ensure you are prepared. The meeting begins and someone asks a question, the leader of this meeting sidesteps the question and goes off on a tangent - thus… Continue reading Do Not Waste My Time: Guide to a Successful Meeting
We have all been there: we have gotten on someone's bad side or made a mistake and in return, they said some "not so nice" things about you, but what happens when this person complains to your supervisor? It happens in life every day and in a social setting we may even confront them, but… Continue reading Someone Made A Complaint About You at Work, Now What?
When searching for a job, your resume and cover letter are the two most important things that could make or break your experience. According to an article by theladders.com, "a recruiter spends approximately 6 seconds reviewing a candidate's resume." With my experience in recruiting, I absolutely agree with this study in more cases than not. When… Continue reading Why I Decided to Offer Resume & Cover Letter Services
So here we are - the second week of February. Many of us had goals or resolutions that we intended on starting when 2017 began. Since it has been over a month, now is the perfect time to re-evaluate your goals or make new ones. To re-evaluate goals, you first must change your mindset. Here… Continue reading Gut Check: Are You Keeping Up with Your New Year’s Resolutions?
We've all been there: You run at full to semi capacity all week at work and then by Wednesday or Thursday, you run out of steam. You’re sitting at your desk while stress is piling up and you ask yourself, “Is it even worth it?”. By Friday, you've run out of motivation so much you… Continue reading Stay Motivated: How to Not Give Up by Friday
Finding a job in the career field you want can be very difficult. I know from personal experience that it can be a long and exhausting process. At times, it can even be discouraging. The frustration comes in when you go on interview after interview and you still don't have any offers. Here are a… Continue reading Pre and Post Interview Tips