Tweet Choosing whether or not to go to graduate school is not an easy decision. You weigh your decision carefully: Do I go straight into the workforce or apply to graduate school? My journey to graduate school was not exactly typical; I’m what you call a “non-traditional student.” You see, I was already in the workforce,
Tweet I’m on the job hunt once again because my contracted position will be finished in July. I really like working for the library, but I think I will be ready to move on when July rolls around. I know exactly what I want to do, but I’ve discovered that it’s hard to motivate myself
Tweet Recently, I was watching the movie Se7en (a movie you should definitely put on your to-watch list), and I heard the following revealing quote. Morgan Freeman, a jaded homicide cop states this fact, “The first thing they tell women in rape prevention is to yell “FIRE” not “HELP.” Nobody comes to “HELP,” but if
Tweet I feel like all of my posts thus far have been uber serious and depressing. I hope you don’t think that’s all my life is! While trying to think of a fun, upbeat song that describes me right now, I couldn’t help but keep coming back to “Stronger” by Kelly Clarkson. First of all,
What Do An Annoying Math Class, One Inspiring Woman, and a Professional Organization Have in Common?
Tweet They each have shaped my personality and helped me to create a strong personal brand. Let me start with the annoying math class. My last semester of college I had to take a college algebra class. Now let me tell you, I am not good at math. In fact, I am really, really bad
Tweet Have you ever jumped into doing some kind of activity or job just because you had no reason not to? Have you ever moved around because the idea of saying “no” made no sense? Have you ever had the feeling like there could only be a positive outcome for just doing and not thinking?
Tweet In January of 2013, I will be traveling in Europe via train to Nice, France from Viterbo, Italy. My suitcase will be full of Brunello Cucinelli clothing, souvenirs for friends and family, and a bulging travel journal. My Italian and my French will be understandable, fluid, and have the flexibility to be abstract. In
Tweet Dear future me, Do not be alarmed. I’m writing to you through time and space to communicate with you from the past! The year is 2012, and since I have no doubt the world will not end this year, you should be receiving this near the start of 2013. So, do you/I/we have a
Tweet Dear Sarah, I know you had an amazing 2012 – another move under your belt, you’re kicking butt at your job, and you’re another year smarter. You’re probably still crying at rom coms, speaking in acronyms, and living every moment with a smile. I’m hoping you’ve gotten a little better at decision making. You’ve
Tweet Well, it’s about time we put the “brand” part of BrandKit to work. That’s right, this week’s article is about my personal brand. Mind you, I’ve been pretty upfront about who and what I am in my previous articles, so this information should come as no surprise to you. I have a strong sense