• Lifestyle

    Things to Do After Quarantine Restrictions are Lifted

    Over year ago, the COVID pandemic resulted in shutdowns all around the world. We were quarantined in our homes doing everything from work to school to avoid being exposed to COVID. COVID also meant we did not get to do some important things that are crucial to our mental and physical health. Now COVID restrictions are starting to loosen up, it is time to do some important things you may not have been able to do in the last year. Things you need to do after quarantine restrictions are lifted include: Visit your doctor. Visit your dentist. Visit a loved one. Spoil yourself. Get some fresh air. As we slowly…

  • Say No Without Guilt
    Lifestyle

    How to Say NO and Not Feel Guilty

    The word no can be one of the hardest words to use in personal or professional situations. Saying the word, no, can be liberating and display a feeling of independence and freedom. Being free to say no without guilt is a necessary skill that is needed to avoid the burden of self-doubt and guilt because you want to decline an invitation. But how do you say no and not feel guilty? Say no and not feel guilty by: Being concise. Being clear. Being kind. Not offering an explanation. Offering an alternative. We can get so caught up in our head about how the other person interprets the word no, but…

  • Career Change
    Career + Business

    What To Do When Considering a Career Change

    Many of us have had multiple careers over the course of our lives. Some of those careers have been good and others may not have been what was expected. When you’re considering a career change there are some important things you need to do before making a career change. When considering a career change, these three things should be explored first. Research to learn more about the new career Talk to people that are working in the career you desire Get educated to obtain skills for the new career Taking some time to explore these three tips can help you avoid going into a career that isn’t what you actually…