5 Ways to Put Yourself First in a Healthy Way

Are you always taking care of everyone else and forgetting about yourself? Do you find it hard to give yourself permission (or even remember) to consider your own happiness, needs, and self-care – in addition to everyone else’s? Keep in mind that putting yourself first is NOT selfish. Just like your friends, family, and significant…

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5 Ways to Cope with a Difficult Boss

In an ideal world, we would all have fantastic bosses who help us succeed, make us feel valued, and are just all-around great people. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. But whether the person you work for is a micromanager, has anger management problems, shows favoritism toward one person, or just isn’t very competent, you still…

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6 Things You Need to Know Before You Quit

Are you in a miserable dead-end job and want to quit, walk out the door, and never come back? When you’re so unhappy and stressed, the quickest relief may appear to be quitting your job. And depending upon your level of stress, with some work situations quitting may be the only option. However, the decision…

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5 Ways to Survive Work Overload

First, take a deep breath. No really, take a deep breathe. In fact, take a few. Work can be overwhelming let alone all the other stresses of life: paying bills, holiday travel, making time for family and friends, and trying to be healthy. The workload never seems to end and a ‘stress less’ day doesn’t…

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Feeling Socially Awkward?

Are you shy and self-conscious in social situations? Do you feel isolated and lonely, but are unsure how to connect with others? You may feel like you’re the only one, but the truth is that lots of people struggle with shyness, social awkwardness, or insecurity.  It’s no secret that many social situations can be uncomfortable.…

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Is Stress Holding You Back?

We live in a world of non-stop sound bites — 24/7 news, emails, and texts, bombarding you with information overload every single day. Not to mention career issues, job stress, and/or work demands of your boss, customers, and co-workers. You may also be facing personal stress with problems or conflicts with your friends, kids, in-laws,…

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Headed Back into the Workforce After Being a Stay-At-Home Parent?

Many moms (and dads) that choose to stay home with their kid(s) have arguably one of the hardest and most fulfilling jobs of their life. However, there comes a point where your kids don’t ‘need’ you the way they used to.  With your kid(s) out of the house more of the time, finally there’s time…

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Is Your Recent College Grad Feeling Stuck?

It’s a proud moment for parents when their son/daughter graduates from college. Years of hard work, dedication and sacrifices go into this monumental milestone. But once the celebrations have subsided, reality sets in and it’s time for the job hunt — easier said than done! Anxiety and confusion can swirl around your recent grad with…

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I’m In My 30’s…Now What? (Part-two)

As a Career and Life Coach, I hear ‘now what?’ a lot. Many people experience a sense of feeling stuck – their life hasn’t taken the path they envisioned and they may even have experienced significant disappointments in their life. During and after major life changes, such as, divorce, moving away from friends and family,…

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Getting Clarity in Your 30’s (Part-one)

Life gets away from us and it happens to almost everyone! A crossroads in life can be scary and confusing. But it can also be a valuable opportunity to get clarity on what’s important to you, so you can live the life you want. If one of the following is something you’re going through, it…

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