Tag Archives: self-help

Fighting That Job Fatigue

By Rachel Wong It happened without warning. I woke up one day and stared at my ceiling for a few minutes, not wanting to move. How did it happen? It just seemed like yesterday that I would jump out of bed, excited for what a new day at work would bring.  Without realizing it, I […]

Fit In By Standing Out

By Carly Rome When starting a new job, many young professionals seek advice on how to assimilate to a company’s culture, or to office life in general. We often start out by aiming to please, devoting our entire selves to meeting expectations and fitting seamlessly into the philosophies and ways of doing things that our bosses […]

I Do? – Deciding Whether or Not to Marry Your Career

By Audrey Rome  It was love at first sight. You found everything you ever dreamed of and more. You found the open door that will support your future, hopes, and dreams. Suddenly, you are a few months or years into this relationship and you’re starting to second guess yourself. Maybe this wasn’t the picturesque life you […]

Real Talk: I’m a Touring Musician and a Full-Time Student

By Chris Taranto After being asked, I waited a week before I began writing this post, partially because I’m lazy and like sleeping late on my days off, but also because I wasn’t sure how to go about writing this topic. My name is Chris Taranto. I’m an undergraduate student in my final year at […]