Heading Back from Vacation and Working Your New Years Career Goals

Like many of you, I headed back to work on Tuesday after some time off. I was totally disconnected while I was away-even though I wasn't traveling, I feel strongly that it's very important to completely disconnect and recharge every once in a while. During my time off I relaxed, worked on this blog, went … Continue reading Heading Back from Vacation and Working Your New Years Career Goals

Finding Purpose in your work – No Matter What you do

  Work. Unless you're financially independent, or already retired, you likely spend most of your time at work. It's easy to get caught up in the day-to-day business, hustle, and bustle of whatever it is that you do for a living. But when was the last time you sat down and thought about the larger … Continue reading Finding Purpose in your work – No Matter What you do

Negotiating? Know your BATNA

Working Women Wednesdays gives you tips, tricks, and information about being a successful working mom in corporate America. Today's post is about negotiation. Negotiations. Many of us hate them. But we all have to do them once in a while. A new car. A raise. A new project, or job. Negotiating successfully is a key … Continue reading Negotiating? Know your BATNA

The Most Important Work from Home Tip – Be Clear

Story time - once worked with someone who was constantly leaving early, working from home, and needing to take off work for various "emergencies". She would work from home without letting anyone know, so when people went to find her they couldn’t. She would say she was working from home, but then when people would … Continue reading The Most Important Work from Home Tip – Be Clear

From Community College to MBA – My Story

Working Women Wednesdays gives you tips, tricks, and information about being a successful working mom in corporate America. Today's topic - getting an education while being a mom It’s advice you hear all the time – go to (or have your kids go to) community college to start out, then transfer to a four-year school. … Continue reading From Community College to MBA – My Story