The average American family of four will spend $4,850 on vacation travel this summer [CSN News, 2013]
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Just Do Something

If you have a job that’s keeping you busy, that’s awesome. However, if you don’t, the beach and couch surfing are not your only options. The luxury of summer leisure is that you can actually chill and be productive at the same time. Here are a few ideas of things you can do in between… Continue Reading

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Would you hire your online self?

Welcome to 2014 where “branding” is not just for products and services. Thanks to the internet, first impressions are often start online and managing your brand is a 24/7 commitment.  Being smart and strategic about your online presence is particularly critical if you’re job-hunting.  Prospective employers and recruiters are increasingly scouring Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest,… Continue Reading

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Operation Organize: Do More, Stress Less

Organization. We could all probably use more of it in both our personal and professional lives. In fact, research proves we can.  In a recent Women’s Business Enterprise Council survey, less than half of women (43%) and even fewer men (32%) claim to be “very organized” in the workplace. Your organization skills can literally pay… Continue Reading

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Spending Less vs. Earning More: Which One Works Better?

Whether you’re getting your first job, a paid summer internship, or your dream job- it’s a big step and it usually comes with more expenses than you ever had before – and that can make it a struggle. After college (or even during summer breaks), you will find yourself with increased living expenses: rent, car… Continue Reading

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The Downlow on Re-Lo

You did it. You graduated and even accepted a pretty awesome first job which just happens to be in a new city. This means you have to make the big move. Depending on how far you’re going and how unfamiliar you are with a city, this could be a pretty intense undertaking. Have no fear… Continue Reading