I love interviews. To be honest, I hardly get nervous when interviewing. This skill makes it easy for me to strike up conversation, but what actually makes for a great interview?
When it comes to money … I wasn’t always the best. I lived right next to Newbury Street in Boston, which is pretty much the city’s shopping hub, so saving when I was in undergrad was not my strong suit. However, I quickly learned that it was important to not only know how much money was coming in but also, knowing how much money was going out!
Enter my favorite money apps: Mint and Mint Bills. These apps are lifesavers! Here are the 10 things that I absolutely love about them!
Ahh the weeks leading up to Valentine Day serves as a reminder that there’s going to be an overkill of romantic gestures. I mean seriously, you can’t go to your local grocery store or even pharmacy without spotting a huge display of chocolate candy and teddy bears.
At some point we all go through it, the job search does not discriminate, it hits everyone eventually.
As we come to the end of the year, it is very important to reflect on what you have survived over the last 365 days. When we reflect on the past we are able to improve our future, appreciate our everyday accomplishments, and remember that we are always stronger than we think. I challenge you to use the following questions to chew over the different aspects of the past year.
Three women going through life.