With this being the week of Thanksgiving, the office is pretty dead. Having a quiet office definitely feels nice when you have a lot of work to catch up on, but sometimes you have those down periods where you’re trying to think of things to do to speed up your work day.Trust me girl, I’m right there with you! You don’t want to feel like you’re being unproductive, so of course you want to do something that is equally stimulating. Keep reading for my top 3 things that help my days fly by!
Hi guys, happy Monday! I’m currently up thinking about my personal journey as we’re wrapping up the year, and I wanted to share some things with you all. Firstly, while we’re like a month and a half away from 2018 I just want to say this – take out your notebook right now and write down at least 5 things you want to accomplish between now and Jan. 1st, 2018. They don’t have to be huge goals – micro goals are fine! The reason I’ve asked you to do this is because I receive a lot of questions on how to turn blogging into a venture. While I don’t have all of the answers because everyone’s journey is different, what I can say is helping to figure out where blogging landed on my goals list really made me place things into perspective. Keep reading.
On Tuesday night, I attended the Warby Parker and Teen Vogue chat. It was such a cool and inspiring event! The co-founder and co-CEO of Warby Parker, Neil Blumenthal and the editor in-chief of Teen Vogue, Elaine Welteroth spoke about their personal career journies and gave key advice to those in the audience.These type of informal events are always so great for me because it helps me stay motivated and inspired during the work week. Let’s just say that when I left, I decided to take charge on a few pending projects that I managed to push into the back of my mind. Keep reading for my top 3 key takeaways from the event!
So guys, how does it feel to hear from me multiple times a week?! Are we digging this or no? Let ya girl know. In other news, I’ve been doing what I do best – thinking – and you know what conclusion I’ve come to? Us millennials are so freaking hard to please. Like, are we even human? That was a joke. But seriously, we have some deep issues to work out guys, especially when it comes to being in the workforce. After thinking and observing many of my friends and colleagues, I’ve seen a few things…keep reading to find out!