Just got laid off? Deciding whether or not to take that job offer? Not sure how to make ends meet while waiting for your dream career to take off? Whatever the problem with your career seems to be, you might find inspiration from one of these Hallmark films.
So there I was, a puddle of pumpkin spice, my physical body crumpled on the pavement outside of Starbucks while my glowing, (aptly) burnt-orange spirit levitated upwards, wondering what the hell I was supposed to do next.
“I was running out of ‘wish I were here’ TBT travel posts from when I studied abroad in Spain. I needed a new, fresh perspective.”
Most blogs will tell you to send the recruiter a brief handwritten thank you note. This is wrong.
We all deserve the occasional weekend getaway to destress from our day-to-day lives. There are plenty of cheap, fun getaways you can take right this minute.
“Imagine how I can spend all of that time I would’ve spent washing and styling my hair? I have never been happier.”
Maybe you’d like to start running for the first time, but you just aren’t motivated enough to get off the couch. Or, perhaps you’re a seasoned runner who’s grown tired of the same old routine, and you just aren’t motivated enough to continue. No matter what stage of the running game you’re at, it can
“At one point he somehow dropped a dumbbell on his foot and scrambled to mute his microphone in time so that I couldn’t hear him scream.”
On Monday, a 20-something year old caucasian female launched her very first blog after several minutes of careful planning and scrutiny. She claims it will be “different than the others”, hoping to offer her own “unique perspective” and occupy a “niche that has never been occupied before”.