About a month ago, I had to be very honest with myself. I was not feeling like myself, I was constantly unmotivated at work. I ignored it at first, but then decided to actually sit down & take note of what my body/mind was trying to tell me. I said to myself - “Set your ego … Continue reading TO SET LIMITS OR RISK A BURNOUT?
HAPPY FRIDAY! I'm sure a bunch of you can relate - I spend just as much time (if not more) at my desk than I do relaxing at home. When I moved cubes a few months ago, I decided I wanted to design my space with positive energy, brighten up the bland tan space, and … Continue reading WORK LIFE: WELCOME TO MY CUBICLE
Many of us struggle with pretty demanding schedules. Stress, information overload, and juggling responsibilities is more common than ever. Our bodies express stress in different ways: tension, neck or lower back pain, headaches, dizziness, digestive issues, and numbness are some examples. As I wrote in my post about Self-Care, ongoing stress can be damaging to our … Continue reading MANAGING WORK STRESS
If anyone here was walking down Madison Avenue this morning and happened to see a girl in her mid-twenties sporting a black midi dress, huge tote on one shoulder, canvas bag on another (with chargers and papers falling out), a box of Dunkin Donut Munchkins in her left hand (co-workers engagement) and phone in the … Continue reading Vent Sesh: Surprise Expenses & Adulting
Last week, something out of the ordinary, but pretty awesome happened. I was approached four times by completely different individuals, who expressed similar observations & questions about my career. They were impressed with my confidence at work, positive attitude, ability to clearly state my opinion, and take constructive criticism without letting emotions get in the … Continue reading Cultivating Confidence in the Workplace