Have you found that one who you are ready to spend a couple of forevers with? I am blessed to say that I married my someone on July 23, 2005. Marriage surely takes work! But marrying into a military family requires a new role with a new level of unpredictable situations. A military spouse typically learns to adapt to changing schedules, create ways to make life work, while doing some complaining on the side. I would be remised if I told you, “I don’t complain.” Because I have complained a lot since being Married to The Navy, there has been plenty of tears shed because things didn’t go Continue reading “Summer Wedding. Summer Love: Romantic And Memorable Ways Of Celebrating A Wedding Anniversary”
There are tons of reasons people find themselves searching for a new job. And, believe me, I’ve heard them all!
“I hate my job…”
“I need more money and better benefits…”
“I need professional development and growth opportunities…”
The list goes on and on.
But, regardless of why someone finds themselves scouring job listings, there is a method to the madness that will help them land a job they actually want instead of one they feel obligated to take. Continue reading “3 Tips to Find Your Perfect Job From a Career Coach”
We hear a lot about the importance of goal setting. But many tend to discuss when they achieved their goal versus “how” they achieved their goal. I for one, am an asker (Ha, is this even a word?). I love getting ideas from individuals who have achieved a (similar) goal that I may be working towards or have plans to start. I think many people spend a lot of time thinking about what they want from life and how can they achieve it? But, many fail to create realistic purposeful goals. Continue reading “Purposeful Goal Setting: A Guide to Setting & Achieving Goals”