I want to start by saying this is NOT an ad. I repeat. NOT an ad.
You’re probably thinking – no sh**t Sherlock people wouldn’t pay you to do ads… not yet at least ;). But in case you thought I was some super hip influencer who got offered free stuff to market, I certainly am NOT and do NOT.
I DO just like to talk about the things I learn about and do every day that helps me in hopes that after reading about it maybe it will help you too!
That is why today I wanted to dedicate this entire post to my Start Today Journal I got from the Hollis Co. Continue reading “This tool has totally changed my life…”
This week’s blog was inspired by my friend Meg. =]
The other day Meg asked me and my other friend, Carol, what were some good podcasts that she should listen to. That question got me to thinking of writing a blog about podcast recommendations because there are also just so many options out there and it’s hard to even know where to start looking. Continue reading “My Favorite Podcasts”
This past December I noticed that all of my favorite podcasters were doing a year end review on their shows. A year end review is when you would take a moment to reflect on what went well and what didn’t over the past year. The pod casters would go over what they accomplished and where they failed so they could learn from it.
At first I really wasn’t into the episode because I didn’t feel like it was something I could benefit or learn from. But, by the end of that first episode I realized just how wrong I was. The whole concept of what they were doing was such a GREAT tool for improvement. Taking a minute to stop and reflect on the past year to get a better “birds eye view” of what ACTUALLY happened, rather than evaluating it while your in the middle of it. Continue reading “Your Q1 Review – A step by step guide”
I am not sure why, but how fast a picture, video or movement can go viral and spread like wildfire, STILL amazes me.
About two weeks ago my mom started telling me about this cute little woman, Marie Kondo, and her organizing and decluttering lessons. My mom often gets into these kicks of learning something new and then completely masters it overnight, like she will literally stay up all night doing it… and then talks about it, a lot. I do the exact same thing and typically follow everything she does in life, because she is the actual GOAT. Continue reading “The Marie Kondo Movement – Sparking Joy”
In lieu of Michelle Obama’s amazing new book, Becoming, I wanted to share with you my “swerves”. Continue reading “My “swerves””
Today I wanted to write a little about what I do for a living. As some of you may know, I am a blogger by morning, a recruiter by day, and barre instructor by night. Every day from 9-5 I am on the phone, almost all day long, talking to people about their next career opportunity. I am interviewing them for positions I am working to fill, and helping them prep for interviews that they are going on.
I am interviewing hiring managers to make sure I understand what they are looking for in a candidate for their open position. I am interviewing candidates to see if they could be a good fit for the jobs, at the same time my candidates and clients are interviewing each other.
Lots of interviewing going on here!!
Since I have been completely surrounded by interviews and interview prep for the past 4 years, I have learned a lot from it. Continue reading “Interview like a pro!”
Summer is my favorite out of the beautiful seasons here in New England. I mean, what is there not to love about SUMMER? Beach days, the warm sun on your face, hot dogs, ice cream, vacations, tans, shorts, flip flops… It’s the happiest time of the year, and for many, it’s also one of the busiest times. Since we live in New England, we only get about 3.5 months, if that, of beautiful warm weather. So we try to cram in as many outdoor activities as possible: ball games, BBQs, weekend getaways to the beach, vineyard visits, boat cruises, mini-golfing, or just taking a run or walk outside. Continue reading “My Summer Bucket List”