How to Answer the Most Difficult Interview Question

“So, tell me about yourself.” What seems like such a simple question can really make you sweat, especially in an interview. What, exactly, should you share—not just to build rapport, but to show that you’re the perfect fit for the job? Fear not, job seekers: There’s a super-simple formula that will help you answer this question…

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Three Tips for Better Work-Life Balance

Y ou work hard and get sh** done even when it feels impossible. But, hustling at work can have a serious toll on your sanity, and leave you feeling drained, exhausted, and frazzled. Sometimes all you need to get out of this slump is some time for yourself, so I’ve rounded up the three best tips for…

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The 8 Best Podcasts To Motivate Your Work Week

Podcasts have quickly become my favorite way to multitask. After all, there’s nothing that makes cleaning out the inbox or commuting to the office go faster than backgrounding it with interesting conversations. If you’re looking to hop on the podcast trend — or supplement your current queue — I’ve compiled a few of the best…

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It’s Interview Season!!

In college, I remember sitting in my fraternity’s various professional events in which we learned how to conduct ourselves during interviews and passed around revelatory tips like “over-prepare,” “be yourself,” and “ask a lot of questions.” Now it makes me laugh. (What the hell does it mean to “be yourself”?) However, now gone through a half…

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Get Your S@#! Together!

It’s the 1st of October and you already are remembering all the New Year’s resolutions you tried to keep and failed to do so. Don’t lose hope, though! Here is our weekend roundup of the articles you need to get your life in order: 1/     Man Repeller, How to Stop an Anxiety Attack “Sometimes…

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How to Plan Your Week

Wondering how to plan your week to be happier? Sometimes to bring happiness into your life you need to make it a conscious decision. If you plan your week to be a go-getter and stop letting negative thoughts get you down, even the longest, most stressful day can become an opportunity for happiness. For example,…

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3 Major Investments to Make that Don’t Cost a Thing

When you hear “investments”, you immediately think monetary goods, but there are other things in life worth investing in that don’t cost a thing – and they produce exponential returns… Investing in this sense comes in the form of time, effort, and money – but of course no money necessary if you’re on a serious…

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Tips for Making Small Talk Meaningful

As we move into the season of new — new classes, new meetings, new opportunities — there’s also that looming feeling that we’re going to have to make it: small talk. And our stomach tightens and our toes curl … just a little bit. Regardless of how extroverted or people-oriented someone might be, there’s always some…

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How to Make the Most Out of Your Downtime

Have you ever woken up and wondered, “What did I do last night?” And no, I’m not talking about after a late night out with friends, but a run of the mill Wednesday night at home. Next thing you know, you’re back at work wondering where your time off went and how you could be back to…

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The Weekend Edition.

  I wanted to start a new segment of Another Long Weekend and after brainstorming ideas with multiple of my friends and colleagues, I thought of how everyone in their 20s is always reading about what people their age are doing. And honestly, I do it too 🙂 And The Weekend Edition was born! Every…

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