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”

I Quit!

Have you ever watched a child try to shove the square block through the circle hole? You, and everyone else, can see that it isn’t working, but the child won’t stop trying until they burst into tears, throw the block across the room, and give up completely. We want to laugh and say, “saw that coming”. It is clear that the square will never ever fit into the circle hole. No amount of force will magically change the outcome. You may have chuckled, but everyone of us has done that before. We have tried to fit our lives into some type of mold that was never intended for us. Continue reading “I Quit!”

You’re Fired.

I posted a photo on my Instagram story with the caption being “I have been completely make up free for a week now because it is a lot cheaper if you would just love yourself”. No, I am not saying that if you wear make-up then you don’t love yourself or that you have some major insecurity. I love make up and for everyone who knows me, they know this to be true. Luckily I didn’t get any negative comments towards my post but it really got me thinking about makeup in the work place so I put out a poll on my personal Facebook page asking if you think makeup should be required or optional. Continue reading “You’re Fired.”