I recently read a thought-provoking quote by an author named Anthony J. D’Angelo. It reads, “Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.” I sat here and looked at it for a moment and I thought to myself, “He is so right.” There are many days where it’s going to… Continue reading Wherever You Go Bring Your Own Sunshine
With college graduation happening all over the country, it is safe to say that there are many graduates on the hunt for a job. If they aren’t hunting, they’re busy preparing for their newly appointed position. When I started my job almost five months ago, I had no idea how to prepare or what to expect.… Continue reading Every Communications Chick Should Have…
Every day on my way to work I see a little old man fishing on a bridge with a tackle box and his bike, a pink bike to be exact. At first it was the bike that caught my attention, but as I continue to pass by each day I can’t help but think about… Continue reading The Man With The Pink Bike
I’ve officially made it past my 90 days at my new job, although I guess it’s safe to say I’m not so new anymore! I have to admit, the past three months have completely flown by. I have learned so much and continue to learn more as time passes. Most positions require you to do… Continue reading Finding Your Home Away from Home
There are a lot of pressures that surface when going in for an interview; no matter how prepared you think you are. I was recently speaking with co-workers about interviews that they’ve gone on and held and it inspired me to write about interviews. To be specific, the things you should NEVER say or do.… Continue reading Oh God, Who Am I?
So, I’ve been MIA for a few weeks and as I mentioned in my last post, I started my job which consumes most of my time, but I promise I’ll write weekly and keep up because writing is my passion. It’s totally acceptable to take a break once in a while, but eventually you’ve got… Continue reading PR Powerhouse
As the semester is burning through its last two months, graduates are panicking. Thoughts race though their minds and questions are continuously popping up. Some of us have enthusiastic friends and family around us saying, “Be patient” and others recommend that you attend grad school to buy you some more time. During a meeting last… Continue reading I’m Not Good Enough