A few years ago, I was out one day running some errands while my husband stayed home to do our taxes.
There’s something fun and magical about the holiday season that serves as a welcome break from the usual grind. The downside, however, is that once the holidays are over, it’s back to reality.
Congrats on finding the perfect new home! The marathon house hunting afternoons are over and the tedious paperwork details have now been handed off to your trusted realtor and mortgage lender. This is a great time to kick back and think about new towels and paint colors, right?
There’s nothing more stressful than job-hunting. Most of us need steady paychecks to pay our bills, and we panic when we don’t know how to make ends meet. But landing a job isn’t an easy feat with a high population, qualified work force, and applicant tracking systems.
I have entered a phase in my life in which many of my classmates, friends and family are in the thick of diapers, teething and general child-rearing activities.
Whether you’re new to the job market or have been part of the workforce for more years than you’d like to count, the right recruiter can be a valuable resource when you’re searching for work.
Growing up, I always wanted a pet but couldn’t because of my father’s supposed allergies. So when my husband suggested we get a dog, I immediately jumped at the idea.
Times change. And then again, they don’t. Not really, because after all is said in done in American romance and its evolving iterations, breaking up is still hard to do.