Give Your Paycheck a Glow Up

Are you underpaid? Talking about paychecks and salaries is often a workplace taboo. Is your co-worker making more than you are for doing the same job? It’s possible. Or perhaps you’re being paid the same as everyone else at your job, you just feel that your 40 hours of work is worth more than you’re currently making. If so,...

How Much Do Successful People Prioritize Self Care?

How Much Do Successful People Prioritize Self Care?
Self care means putting yourself first and taking care of personal needs not just to prevent burnout, but to increase the chances of being happier and more successful themselves. Successful people avoid being rundown and overextended by practicing self-compassion, setting boundaries and constantly prioritizing. Doing this on a daily basis fuels the nourishment needed to succeed in life. Discover...

Prime Online Job Search Tips

Sure, we’ve all heard the old stories, your grandma used to look in the newspaper classified section when she needed a new job, then she’d hit the pavement and start leaving her resume at reception desks all over town, but things just don’t work like that anymore. Nowadays if you aren’t maximizing your online job search tools, you’re missing...

No Light at the End of Your Tunnel? Here’s One…

No Light at the End of Your Tunnel? Here's One...
When the room is well lit, no one pays attention to the light. But when it feels like you’re in a dark tunnel, all it takes is that one little spark to get you headed in the right direction. Can’t seem to see yours? That’s okay, we’ll help you find it. Quick Read: Sometimes life feels so dark that light itself...

9 Personal Habits That Create Horrible Employees

9 Personal Habits That Create Horrible Employees
Some people are really great at what they do, but still find themselves struggling to move ahead in the office or maintain positive work relationships. Why? A person’s skill-set doesn’t matter if their attitude is lazy or just plain toxic. So here’s the question. Are your troubles at work because of other people --- or are you the problem? Quick...

How to Write a Fearless Resume

Time to dust off your resume? Sure, it’s never anyone’s favorite task, but perking up your resume can be make-or-break when you need to snag the attention of a future employer. But what should you include and what shouldn’t you? When it comes to writing an attention grabbing resume, fearlessness is key. Sure your cover let should be tailored to...

How to Pay for an Online Degree

For many people, finding a way to pay for college has always been one of the greatest obstacles to obtaining a bachelor’s degree. Often times prospective students, or their parents, look at the cost for tuition and realize it is far beyond their ability to afford. That’s because 53% of American families need to borrow money in order to...

How to Stay Organized as an Online College Student

College student life can be tough! If you’re a part-time or full-time online student with other work or family obligations, it can be even tougher. According to U.S. News World Report, most college students in the U.S. are now over 25, so that means you’re not the only student who has a whole lot of life to juggle along...

How To Have Fun Without Breaking The Bank

How To Have Fun Without Breaking The Bank
Bored out of your mind today? Maybe you’re feeling trapped into doing nothing because you’re broke. You don’t need a ton of money to have fun. Here’s the secret to jazzing things up on a budget (no matter how much you make). Quick Read: You can have fun without burning a hole in your pocket. Some of the most tried and...

Are English Degrees Still Useful?

Are English Degrees Still Useful?
You wouldn’t believe some of the reactions I get when I tell people I majored in English. I deeply value what I learned while I was in school, but the million dollar question everyone seems to ask is: Was it really all that useful? Shouldn’t you have gone for a degree in a STEM major? The Path May Not Be...