Dealing With Emotions at Work

Finding an emotional balance at work can be really hard. I have been on both ends of the spectrum (super emotional and extremely unattached). Of course we know that work shouldn’t be a place for “boo hoo” crying or letting our frustrations get the best of us, but we are human and many of us spend more time at work than we do at home. So, how do we assess our emotions and handle them in a healthy way so that we can stay professional and avoid a total break down? Continue reading “Dealing With Emotions at Work”

13 Reasons Why You Should Start A Blog

Yes, I binge watched the second season of 13 Reasons Why just like I did with the first season and woman… It is one of my all time favorite shows ever. It is probably neck and neck with Stranger Things. I know that there is so much controversy over the show and I gladly tell you that I really don’t care, so thank you for your comments, they are welcome but will not be responded to. Where was I? I digress… Continue reading “13 Reasons Why You Should Start A Blog”

How to Know The Company Isn’t Healthy From The Interview

1. The interviewer doesn’t let you talk but schedules you for a second interview.

I really love marketing but since I don’t have any marketing experience besides internet marketing for my blog I was looking for an entry level position. I interviewed at so many “marketing firms” that really turned out to be more like sales and since I definitely did not want to work nights and weekends this was really not my cup of tea. I was had one interview with a marketing company and the interviewer talked the whole time, was basically trying to sell me on the company and hook me in to believing that I will be making a lot of money. It sounded great and all but not once did he ask about me. Continue reading “How to Know The Company Isn’t Healthy From The Interview”