You landed a job interview, congrats! Here are some great tips to make interview travel as smooth as possible. In the event something doesn’t go according to plan, hopefully these hacks keep you prepared.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Take some time to remind the people you love that you appreciate them. Here are Valentine’s gift ideas — from extravagant to downright practical.
If you work a corporate job, you probably spend 20% of your time at the office. If you aren’t totally in love with your job, it’s easy to drag your feet heading. But what if your cubicle were a productivity zone, decorated in a way that sparked your creativity and got you excited to work? Here are some great office or cubicle decor tips!
One of the big changes I made last year was I started meal prepping. Before you write this post off as off-topic, hear me out. I had changed jobs. I was eating out all the time. I was stressed and would come home and have a glass of wine and eat ice cream. At some point, I had a business dinner and none of my suits fit. Not even the one that I bought two sizes of pants for in the off chance I put on some weight. I had put on a serious amount of weight. While planning my meals out and eating healthier helped me shed some of the weight, I became less stressed. Meal prepping made me less stressed and helped me stay organized.
Over the years, I’ve tried just about every magical hack that has preached it will keep me more organized. Some work better than others. As my schedule and workload fluctuates, here are the 5 things I try to do to keep me more organized and less stressed.