The High Dive Meant It Was Time: A Stay at Home Mom’s Journey of Returning to Work

This post is courtesy of guest blogger, Jennifer Healy. Every summer in my time as a stay-at-home parent, going to the pool was a little less work than it had been the previous year. As toddlers, there’s the swim diaper, sunscreen for babies, and the nap to consider. As my kids started school, and swim lessons, they could both be counted on to pack their own goggles... Keep Reading »

Playing the “Why Game” Can Lead to a More Satisfying Work Life

This post is courtesy of guest blogger, Debra Smouse. As a life coach for more than a decade, I’ve found that my expertise lies in helping folks figure out how to enjoy their daily lives. And while I prefer to focus on their home life rather than career, that doesn’t mean that career challenges don’t arise during sessions. It’s one of the reasons I love helping... Keep Reading »

5 Tips to Get What You Want AND Need Out of Your Next Job (During COVID-19)

This post is courtesy of guest blogger, Joy Poli. What do we do now? That question has come up quite a bit lately. The market is flooded with talent, so how do YOU stand out? How do you move on when so much has changed? COVID-19 has introduced many new unknowns into our business ecosystem, especially in the hiring department. How can you make the best of your... Keep Reading »

Now is the Time to Create Your Portfolio Career

This post is courtesy of guest blogger, Carlton Dunn. The COVID-19 pandemic has been a massive disruption in our lives and the economy. It’s created record-shattering unemployment, and while there are some companies out there hiring, it’s not the robust job market we’ve been used to these last several years. On March 21, the end of the first week of most shelter at... Keep Reading »

The Pause

This post is courtesy of Guest Blogger, Stephanie Klein Nothing like an international pandemic to force us all to pause. Pause our day-to-day lives, pause how we socialize, how we shop, how our kids are educated. Pause how we interact with family and friends, pause to think about our country, our health, our future, and pause to think about our work. I have been a... Keep Reading »

What’s Broken – How to Understand Why You’re Unhappy at Work

“Somedays I want to move to Idaho and raise goats.” Of all the ways clients have explained how unhappy they are at work, that is by far my favorite. I use the story often, as a metaphor. We can get so unhappy at work that something as far-fetched as moving to a distant location and doing work that doesn’t require taxing our brain or our social skills sounds like a... Keep Reading »