As the U.S. prepares for the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, our government shuffles to support a battered economy. This includes the CARES Act, meant to help the 45 million of us with student loan debt. Check out my latest article: A Quick Guide to how COVID-19 is Affecting Student Loans.
During lunch with my mother the other day, we got on the topic of what it means to be happy. I told her my views and a few general things I do for myself, and she told me a story that really stuck with me. Amidst our cranberry seltzers and sweet potato fries, she… Continue reading The Importance of Making Yourself Happy First
You're in a meeting at work, and suddenly you have a question or an idea. You know it's gold, but what if it's not? Your confidence dwindles as your mind tells you "raise your hand" but a lump forms in your throat and your hand isn't responding. Suddenly, the moment has passed and you've got… Continue reading WHY are we all so ANXIOUS!?#&!
For those of you who don't know, Inbound is an enormous three day conference for sales and marketing professionals. While the purpose of attending this conference was to learn new marketing ideas to bring back to work, I found that what I got out of this event was so much bigger than that. Given the… Continue reading 10 Life Lessons I Learned at Inbound 2018
By definition, the term quality of life means the standard of health, comfort, and happiness experienced by an individual or group. This has been a topic of conversation frequently, not only in work-life balance but also in personal life matters. I am in that stage of my life where everyone around me is getting married, having babies, buying houses, and moving forward. While I try not to let… Continue reading The Meaning of Quality of Life
Iceland is one of the most beautiful places I’ve seen in my life. The natural phenomenons that occur there; in landscape, weather, and overall nature is purely astounding. My trip to Iceland was planned on a whim with the sole intention of checking ‘see the northern lights’ off my bucket list, but it gave me… Continue reading Destinations on a Dime: Iceland
When I told my boyfriend Austin I was going to branch off my Paris trip and take the train to Amsterdam and Brussels by myself to explore, he was not surprised. He was a little wary, but mostly happy that I would get to see parts of the world I've never seen before. In past… Continue reading Why all Women should Travel Alone at least Once in their Lives
As young adults, have you ever noticed that there is so much conversation and pressure around what we’re supposed to do with our lives? We grow up with the notion that we’re supposed to go to college, get a job, meet someone, get married, buy a house, and have children. Check, check, check check, right… Continue reading Ditching Societal Norms and Setting your own Priorities