Lady Boss Of The Month: Brianna Wiest on Becoming a Professional Writer

For many millennials, Brianna Wiest is the writer you’ve grown up with (She’s written thousands of articles for Thought Catalog, has worked as a reporter for Teen Vogue, and is the author of four books). She is the #LadyBoss queen of the listicle, a champion of mental health and now a poetry author. There seems … Continue Reading

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19 Future Regrets You’ll Have if Things Stay the Same

As humans, we tend to play it safe. It’s easier that way, right? It can be easy to ignore the negative impact of what we’re doing today that simply seems “normal” or “fine.” It isn’t until later that we look back and feel that inescapable disappointment…regret. I once ignored my values too. I joined the … Continue Reading

5 Signs Your Job is Ruining Your Life: Struggling with Work-Life Balance

Managing a balance between your work and the rest of your life can be challenging under the best of circumstances, but sometimes it becomes nearly impossible. It’s important to recognize the signs that your job is negatively affecting other areas of your life and to take steps to bring about a work-life balance. So what … Continue Reading

What Happened When I Moved to New York City Without a Plan

Before I explain the most recent and slightly insane set of decisions I’ve made in my life, I want everyone to first imagine what it feels like to jump. I’m from the country(ish) part of Pennsylvania, so growing up we all did a lot of jumping. School nights and weekends were spent seeking that small-town … Continue Reading

When Quitting is the Best Thing You Can Do

When you hear someone use the word quit in a sentence, the first thing you most likely think of is giving up. We all do it. In fact, the word quit is usually associated with such a negative connotation in today’s society that we feel an inherent and debilitating shame for admitting that we did … Continue Reading

To the Girl Who’s Struggling to Accept Change

Dear Friend- Accepting and confronting life’s many changes is tremendously difficult, and you aren’t alone. We all experience the fear and longing. We all struggle to let go of the people and places we care about deeply. Everyone has a story. This is my mine. It’s the lessons I have learned – through various instances of … Continue Reading

30 Life-Saving Tips for Crushing it in the Real World

Post Grads – Welcome to the Real World –Tips and tricks for mastering the haphazard, early-twenties adventure often referred to as “Adulting.”– 1. Don’t be afraid to let go and move on. Failure isn’t changing your path, it’s staying in situations that make you miserable because you’re too afraid to walk away. 2. If you … Continue Reading

10 Habits For Leading the Life You’ve Always Wanted

Everyone strives for success and happiness. Everyone wants to live a life worth living. Everyone has the capability to be the best they can be every single day. Most people just don’t know where to start. There are a loads of habits that you can start doing today to lay the foundation for success to … Continue Reading

Getting More From Your Manager at Performance Reviews

“Keep up the good work” is great to hear, but totally unhelpful. In fact, most people feel like their performance reviews aren’t valuable… and companies agree. Only about half of HR leaders and an even smaller amount of CEO’s think that annual performance evaluations are adding value for their employees. Just this year, Google, Accenture … Continue Reading

It’s OK Not to Know Exactly What You Want to Do In Life

From the mere age of twelve, I thought I knew what I was going to be when I grew up. I had always wanted to be a doctor – a cardiothoracic surgeon to be exact. My favorite television shows were Trauma, Life in the ER, Grey’s Anatomy (still is one of my favorites today) and … Continue Reading