Weekend Goals…

By Stephanie Gray / March 3, 2017

We recommend doing them all, but at least one this weekend will do! Take lots of naps. Eat all of the food. Drink the bubbles. Do fun things with fun people.


We All Have Dreams, Sometimes They’re Hashtags

By Cally Martin / August 12, 2016

You know those days where you forget about all your financial responsibilities and quit your job a thousand times over in your head? You’re not alone. We’ve all done it.   Well here is your chance to tell everyone why: in five words. The “#QuitYourJobInFiveWords” (Alternately #QuitYourJobsIn5Words) has been trending on Twitter for a few […]


15 of the Most Cringe-Worthy Job Titles Ever

By Cally Martin / June 10, 2016

We don’t typically get to pick our job titles, but I can’t help but wonder if the 15 professionals below had a hand in claiming theirs.   Do you think there is only one door? That’s a lot of pressure.   Self-proclaimed, or is there a vote for this?   Do you need […]


10 Things You Absolutely Need to Do Before Graduation

By Cally Martin / March 30, 2016

Your final semester came in like a wrecking ball and soon you will have to face reality, but for now you should concentrate on making your last semester of college a memorable one. Whether you are attending grad school, already have a job lined up, or still have no idea what you’re going to do […]


5 Ways to Escape Social Media Negativity

By Samantha Smith / February 29, 2016

Tired of checking Instagram and seeing yet another friend in the tropics? Sure, you’re happy for your friends, but that doesn’t mean you have to see them in their own little Corona commercials on a daily basis. Tired of your d***head uncle clogging your Facebook feed about how great it is that Donald Trump “speaks […]


Knock Out Your Stress, Not Your Coworkers

By Cally Martin / February 9, 2016

Here are Some Cute Products to Distract You.   Just talking about burnout makes us burnt out, but pressure and toxic work environments are almost inevitable wherever you go. You’re the best person to speak up for you when it comes to your mental and physical health—and stress definitely negatively impacts both. Are you walking around […]


The Struggle Is Real: 9 Not-So-Funemployment Lessons

By Cally Martin / December 18, 2015

Congratulations, millennial! You graduated from college and are preparing to enter the workforce (or you’ve already taken your first stepping stone job). One obstacle down, one million to go.   There was no question as to whether or not you  would attend college after high school. It’s just what you do. So you enter the […]


11 Signs You’ve Had it Up to Here With Your Job Search

By Kelly Love Johnson / December 15, 2015

This time of year can be especially difficult if you’re looking for a job. You have to carry on with the holidays as if everything is fine, while friends and relatives tell you to keep on keeping on. We’re not going to tell you how amazing you are, or that any company will be lucky […]

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