Do’s and Do Not’s: Office Holiday Party Edition

Do’s and Do Not’s: Office Holiday Party Edition

Holiday parties are tricky, they can be super fun don’t get me wrong but there’s something about seeing all of your co-workers in a social setting, all dressed up that is just so…unfamiliar. There was actually a moment last year where I found myself not even recognizing the room of people I was with. I [...]

Getting Through Your Annual Performance Review

Getting Through Your Annual Performance Review

For most of us it's that wonderful time of year where we sit with our boss and go through the full year in review. Some of you might have formal reviews or more casual discussions but here are my tips for not just getting through but making the best of your performance review. Make it [...]

#2: CONNIE MARTIN- My Original Role Model, Being a Single Mom & Working Full-time

Join me as I sit down with my Mom to discuss what it was like raising two kids as a "single mom" and working full time. We discuss sacrifices she made as well as the values she instilled in her kids. It was interesting to discover how different her priorities were to mine. I question if in this time we are minimizing the value of being a mom.

How To Land a Job? Recent Grad Edition

How To Land a Job? Recent Grad Edition

Congratulations to all you youngins that just graduated university! This is a major accomplishment, all those sleepless nights and day time naps were worth it, weren't they? But if you're like I was, you're probably thinking, what now? *Queue Nicki Minaj- Freedom* I graduated with likely one of the most challenging and useless degrees known [...]

How to be Empathetic When You Just Don’t Get Along with Your Coworkers

How to be Empathetic When You Just Don’t Get Along with Your Coworkers

Alright so the workplace is not all warm and fuzzies, as much as my internal Human Resources self wishes we could all just get along, that isn't always possible. It's not that we are bad people, well I guess some of us are straight up A holes, but for the most part, people mean well. [...]