As we enter the month of the Scorpio remember to these misconceptions and how to correct them.
The coronavirus pandemic has allowed us all to work from home and remote working is here to stay as the world opens back up. Gone are the shared office spaces (for the moment) and having to push yourself out of your comfort zone in the work place. You could easily sit at home, grab your coffee, open your laptop and start the day.
If you’re an introvert, certain aspects of career development may be tricky for you and working in an office space is really just the start. Networking events, team catch ups and long days in the office can be very exhausting. Being an introvert is not a flaw, but it comes with its own set of challenges. If you’re wanting to improve your career, how do you do that as an introvert? These career tips are a great place to start:
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Van Gogh Museum- Amsterdam (Photo by. Danielle Spera) There are people from history that I have always had an appreciation for. I often look to these people for inspiration, encouragement, and reassurance. Many of those historical figures I can relate to on some level. Learning about the work, the lives, and the struggles of other … Continue reading Bucket List #51: Van Gogh-ing to the Museum
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On one glorious day in 2011 the world was first introduced to “Treat Yo’ Self’ Day. This iconic Parks & Recreation episode is still talked about ten years later. Every October 13th (usually in the world of Pawnee, Indiana) people are encouraged to splurge on themselves and buy things that they want. In the original … Continue reading 6 Reasons Why You Should #TreatYoSelf! This October 13th… Or Any Day For That Matter!
Photo by. Rohitbhargava.com When I was a kid, I really wanted to dye my hair blue. I even used a sharpie to dye my Chole Bratz doll’s hair with a blue sharpie and I thought she was the coolest doll in my collection. To my own dismay, my mom- along with a LOT of other … Continue reading Tattoos, Dyed Hair, and Piercing And Why Employers Need To Change Their Definition Of Professional Appearance