When you're in high school, you're going to make lots of big choices. Drop out of high school Earn a high school diploma Go to college Work part-time while going to college Work full-time instead of going to college Sign up for the military instead of going to college Take so-and-so to the Prom instead of… Continue reading Life Choices in a Blur
Crafting an eye-catching résumé that will get you an interview is difficult, but this post will increase your chances of getting noticed; the contents of your résumé will get you an interview. After I earned my B.A., I struggled to gain employment in a good economy, but now I have 3 jobs. Through my research, the way… Continue reading Crafting a Résumé
How could people NOT recognize how WRONG Betsy DeVos is for Secretary of Education? Here are some background info. on Betsy DeVos from Wikipedia. She was born from billionaire parents (her father founded Prince Corporation, an automobile parts supplier in Michigan) and she attended a private high school and college. She advocates and lobbies for for-profit… Continue reading Betsy DeVos is WRONG for Secretary of Education
I saw a Teacher position that I really, really want about a month ago and have been on its scent as much as I could professionally (not being suffocating). Earlier last month, I hadn't applied for the position yet, just inquired about it due to my current work obligations and wanted to know if I could… Continue reading The Scent of … Breadcrumbs?
We've had our share of horrible bosses and share about "what it's like to work for _(insert adjective/noun)_", but I'd like to take this opportunity to talk about bosses who shine brightly. I have more bosses than jobs and I'm fortunate to have more good bosses than bad ones. I also believe that you don't… Continue reading Shiny Bosses