99 Problems but Social Media Ain’t 1

99 Problems but Social Media Ain’t 1
Social media is supposed to help you feel more connected to your world, from the friends you grew up with to the celebrities you’ve never met. Getting those updates is fun, but they might be seriously messing with your head. Here’s how you know you need a break and what to do about it. Distress Signals When you start comparing yourself...

When Life Feels More Overwhelming Than Usual…

When Life Feels More Overwhelming Than Usual…
The world is moving fast, and sometimes you may feel like you’re getting left behind. You’re not in control, and your progress isn’t enough. Guess what? It’s okay to have these feelings. It’s okay to be overwhelmed or frustrated or stressed out. The trick is to avoid letting those emotions consume you. When life feels more overwhelming than usual,...

Personal Development… Millennial Style

Personal Development… Millennial Style
Millennials just might be the generation most obsessed with personal development. According to a 2015 survey conducted by Field Agent, 94% of adults born between 1981 and 1996 were making commitments to personal development for the New Year. This compares to 84% of baby boomers and 81% of Generation X. Devotion to the task of growth isn’t the only noteworthy...

What To Do When You Feel Hated

What To Do When You Feel Hated
It may be a tough pill to swallow, but being successful and just living your best life will inevitably attract a few trolls. When you stand out, people tend to notice — and someone may dislike you just for being who you are. Dealing with the haters doesn’t have to be a struggle, though. Quick Read: Many people would prefer it...

Bigger Salary and More: Benefits of a College Degree

Most high school graduates get the advice: if you don’t pursue a bachelor’s degree, you’ll regret it. While there are always people who are successful no matter what their level of education, statistics show that higher levels of education do reap big rewards. Everyone knows you can earn more money with a bachelor’s degree than with a high school degree....

What Being “Rich” Means in 2019

What Being "Rich" Means in 2019
The meaning of “being rich” in 2019 is considerably different compared to the post-World War II landscape. The race for wealth and status is currently overshadowed by the reality that real wages in America have barely changed for 70 years. We need a new take on what being rich means if we’re to have meaningful goals. Stick around while...

Best Time of Year for a New Job

If you see a job search in your future, it can be a good idea to plan ahead for the move. Sure you need to think about things like finishing your degree or other training, sprucing up your resume, cleaning up your social media presence, and lining up your professional references. Another thing you may want to keep in...

Careers with 3 Day Work Weeks

Like the song says, it seems like everybody’s working for the weekend. Now imagine if your typical weekend was three or four days long. Does that sound like a dream come true? There can be drawbacks to a short work week. Shorter work weeks sometimes mean longer shifts. Still, a four day weekend is very appealing, and if you’re...

5 Life Hacks for Living in a Small Place

5 Life Hacks for Living in a Small Place
Whether it’s heading off to college or downsizing to a tiny home, living in a small space can be liberating. It can also be challenging. Utilizing every life hack possible to simplify your space is key to a successful lifestyle. Here are five life hacks for taking advantage of every square inch of that small space. 1 Hideaway Bed The bedroom...

2 Things Every Employer Looks For

When you’re in the market for a new job, it seems like advice comes at you fast. As you apply for job after job and send out your resume over and over, you can begin to question just why you aren’t getting the response you’d hoped. Or maybe you are getting initial interviews but never seem to progress to...