9 Tips for Balancing GRE Prep With Your Full-Time Job

If you’re working full-time and also applying to graduate programs, I’m impressed! But I also know that striking the right balance can be tricky. Sometimes, it can feel like you’re forced to make a choice: prioritize the present or the future? Working during your GRE prep doesn’t have to be an either/or scenario. There are … Continue Reading

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5 Signs Your Job is Ruining Your Life: Struggling with Work-Life Balance

Managing a balance between your work and the rest of your life can be challenging under the best of circumstances, but sometimes it becomes nearly impossible. It’s important to recognize the signs that your job is negatively affecting other areas of your life and to take steps to bring about a work-life balance. So what … Continue Reading

6 Tips For Building a Career That Really Suits You

As you decide upon a college major and a career path you’d like to go down, you have to deeply consider which job really suits you, your personality, and skills. While some careers may catch your eye for the relatively high pay check, money won’t mean much to you if you end up greatly disliking what you … Continue Reading

7 Things No One Tells You About Post-Grad Life

  A lot of people say college is the best 4 years of your life. It’s fun and exciting. You’re learning new things, discovering who you are and making friendships that will last a lifetime. Yes, there are exams and stupid professors, bad dining hall food and the hell on Earth that is the Financial … Continue Reading

5 Things That Happen When You Take an Internship Far From Home

Intern season is coming to an end. College students across the country that have landed their dream internship are scrambling to make a lasting impression. There are hundreds of articles online that give their best tips for landing that dream internship. However, what those articles don’t tell you is how the internship will benefit you, … Continue Reading

Dear Unhappy Twenty-Somethings: What Are You Waiting For?

Disclaimer: This article may be a little crass. The intention is not to be offensive or demonstrate a lack of empathy, because everyone has a different situation. The purpose is to show a little tough love, from one peer to another, about the potential we all are capable of reaching if we start fighting for … Continue Reading

How I Learned to Move on From My Dream College

If you had asked me where I wanted to go to college when I was a senior in high school, I’d have told you my top choice was UConn. It was the dream college to me. I would have said I was born to be a Husky and Connecticut was where I belonged. It was … Continue Reading

11 Uncommon Pieces of Advice From a Women’s Leadership Coach

“I didn’t even recognize I was unhappy at that time. It wasn’t until I attended a women’s leadership conference myself that I understood just how much I needed a change.” I thought that was so incredible, as I sat watching my hand move at light-speed, vigorously attempting to capture every ounce of knowledge I could … Continue Reading

23 Career Tips For Every Girl With A Dream

Over the past 6 months I have attended 6 conferences. I have listened to Ted Talk style presentations sat through traditional lectures. I have participated in interactive workshops and watched professional panels. I have collected about 100 business cards and a notebook full of advice. Now I have taken everything I’ve learned from these events … Continue Reading

7 Habits of the Insanely Productive

Whether you are still in school or are beginning the journey of full-time employment, productivity is one of the main things that will get you where you want to be. However, being productive on a consistent basis is a seriously difficult feat. Here are some painless tips to get you started. All-right, these are almost … Continue Reading