Tag Archives: work-life balance

How Freelancing Helped Me in “The Real World”

By Rachel Wong  Most entry level jobs are connoted with menial tasks, small things that higher-ups give to them because they are unsure of the newbies and their skills. In big companies, it is also hard to make yourself stand out from the crowd of other fellow entry level workers and rise in the ranks. […]

Keeping Up With The Joneses: How PR Is Portrayed In The Media

By Maria Pianelli, originally posted on the LaunchSquad blog I have a confession to make: a few weeks ago, I stayed up until 3:30 on a Sunday night watching Bridget Jones’ Diary. Even bigger confession: because Bridget Jones made her debut in ‘01, when I was seven, I had yet to make her acquaintance. Maybe […]

Balancing Work, School, and Sanity

By Chelsea Narvaez When I went to talk to my internship advisor about receiving credit for my four days a week, 9-5 internship, he asked me how many classes I would be taking. I told him three and he looked at me like I was crazy. “Are you sure you don’t want to take just […]

Five Ways to Make Your Office Life Healthier

By April Castillo  Ever since I started running in high school, being active has been woven into my life. But when I first started interning, I struggled with how to stay healthy and exercise while working a sedentary office job. These tips can help you adjust to your new working life while keeping the integral […]