Entrepreneurship

Your Revenue Streams: Deciding Your Side Hustle

After turning to a ton of blog posts and books about finding the perfect side hustle, I found many options that turned over little profit…online surveys, the vague “consulting” tagline, virtual assisting and crafting. So once I found the perfect fit, I was able to put my skills to use and earn more money on …

Entrepreneurship

So You Think You Can Side Hustle?

Christmas around the corner, planning a vacation, eyeing new shoes—you could use some extra money. And I sympathize with you, I can benefit from more money too but we have to work for it! November hosts National Entrepreneurship Month and I will prepare you to add the prestigious “e-word” to your many talents. Today’s post …

Organization

Morning Boosts: Healthy Alternatives to Coffee

Happy National Coffee Day! Not going to lie, I love my Grande Caramel Macchiato, Tall Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino and Tall Café Mocha from the Starbucks menu. But outside of those staples, I’m just not a big coffee fan. Even my college filled all-nighters were fueled by snacks, not drinks. So, there’s that. But I …

Lifestyle, Organization

How to Successfully Have a Lazy/Productive Saturday

Whatever happened to the lazy/productive Saturday? The one that you look back on Sunday evening, and don’t regret how much time you wasted. I find myself often waking up earlier than I want, wasting time on social media or lounging around the house, and then heading out to run errands that seem to consume the …

Professional

Stay Ready: A Guide to Professional Readiness

“When you stay ready, you won’t have to get ready”. But how do you get to that point in the first place? I experienced this first-hand through pageantry that it’s much easier when you have all your ducks in a row. Although this quote, spoken to me so eloquently by my fiancé, was birthed from …

College

7 Tips on Surviving College

So you want to go to college, huh? Well, that’s awesome! But I can guarantee you that it will be different from high school, very different. However, I am here to make that transition a lot easier. Want to know the easiest ways to make it harder for yourself? Not being mentally prepared, and not having …

Professional

Playing Big Brother: Navigating the Workplace Expertly

Big Brother, a summer series aired on CBS annually, is one of my favorite shows. I almost always watch each season in anticipation of the new themes and gameplay twists. Although this is reality TV, there are some uncanny parallels to the real world. Further, there are many lessons to be learned from the players …

Organization

Planning Your Passion: Why You Need a Passion Planner

Have you ever felt your life and all its responsibilities slipping out of your grasp? I know that sounds pretty dramatic but times like that happen! You end up with random scraps of paper and Notes on your phone of things to do but no clear organization. Things started to fall apart for me when …

Professional

Useful Skills for All Careers

No matter the industry, certain skills are universally beneficial for anyone who wants to be successful in their career. Whether you are working at a non-profit, tech startup, or even retail; these skills are sure to help you be more effective, productive, and stressless. People Skills Although often overlooked, people (also known as soft) skills …

Money

Budgeting 101: My Golden Rules

Happy payday (someone’s getting paid today)! Whether you’re paid biweekly, semimonthly, monthly, quarterly, annually, etc. there is a routine that you should adopt in order to keep your finances organized. Each week of payday, I follow a routine that keeps me up to date with my bills, knowledgeable of all my income, and on track …