Channeling Your Inner Spontaneity

It was a Friday morning when my partner and I decided to shake up our routine. “Let’s go to Boston this weekend.” A single, definitive statement that spurred us into action. The repetitive day-to-day was getting to us. We were irritable, pessimistic, and stressed out. Much of it stemmed from our respective job statuses: him … Continue reading Channeling Your Inner Spontaneity

Reforming Patience and Self-Love

I’m hard on myself, I must admit. I had to learn new concepts quickly. I needed to build my personal relationships with the utmost care and effort. My professional career moves must be strategic and beneficial.   I know this approach isn’t the best for me, but I persist to use it.   So, why … Continue reading Reforming Patience and Self-Love

Taking it Easy: A Week Being Sick

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My productivity was at a low point this past week. Sure, I got my minimums in (submitting job applications and online coursework), but the things I wanted to do this week are still on my To-Do List. Why? Because I was (and still am) sick. Amidst family visits and going out with friends, I ended … Continue reading Taking it Easy: A Week Being Sick

When Your Brain Becomes the Unexpected Villain in Your Job Search

It was Tuesday morning and I already had three rejections from jobs that I applied to in the previous week.  The other fifteen, twenty, sixty jobs (I had honestly lost count) I had applied to over the past five months of job hunting had either rejected me or given me radio silence. I had been … Continue reading When Your Brain Becomes the Unexpected Villain in Your Job Search