We all would like some further explicit direction on when it is time to move on to new challenges at work. At least I would. As I was lamenting to one of my dear friends who also happens to be a life and career coach a month or so ago, I was sharing with her [...]
Working & Money
How do you apply your skills and expertise? What support do you seek at work? At home? Financially?
For this week’s blog, I decided to scan the Huffington Post to check out the buzz in their Women / Career & Money section. I figured something there would grab my attention, and I wasn’t disappointed. Two prominently featured stories were Nice Girls Just Don’t Get It and When Women Feel Like Frauds They Fuel [...]
As with many folks, the downturn in the economy has hit my home. Long gone are the conversations of growing old together, sitting on the porch in our rocking chairs, smiling at the grandchildren! Oh wait….that was an AARP commercial! At the very least, I thought there would be time after my son graduated from [...]
Along with carrying away a diploma from college, the average college graduate carries away about $25,000 in debt, according to the New York Times. Our deteriorating economy is currently facing the largest student loan debt it has ever seen. To fuel the fire 11.2% of college graduates are unemployed. With upsetting statistics, how will this [...]