Recent natural disasters (especially those on/close to U.S soil) have presented an important question: when disaster strikes, do we step up to the plate? For many, the answer has been a resounding, heart-felt yes. For others…crickets. Generally speaking, anyone can give
*Note: the following is NOT an advertisement. Just a gal, sharing thoughts on a planner. I take pride in being organized at work. Not only do I feel more efficient, but I enjoy building trackers and project plans to stay
To be honest, I don’t plan enough trips for myself. It’s not that I’m short on vacation days. I actually tend to scramble at the last minute every year to use them up before my work anniversary. (*Tip:* never let
Work projects can contribute immensely to our professional development, especially for those of us just starting out in our careers. In my role, many of the skills that I rely on — like communicating across teams, or setting & managing deadlines —
“Please hold while I put you in touch with our next available representative.” If you’ve ever had to call an airline carrier, your insurance company, or cable service provider, then you’ve heard this line before. We all have. The customer
The road to giving back is paved with good intentions. Perhaps you’re already an avid volunteer, or maybe you’re trying to figure out how to get involved for the very first time. How can you move forward and where do you
While in middle school, I participated in an education program for inner city youth that taught us the importance of giving back. We learned early on that it wasn’t just a nice thing to do, but rather our civic responsibility.