3 Habits That Hurt Your Credibility at Work

Some habits are fine to maintain in a casual setting. When you’re at a bar or having dinner with friends, for example, how often do you think about your habit of saying “um” or how much you’re divulging about that argument you had with your boyfriend the other day? Bring these same habits into a… Read More


Beyond Goodwill: Where to Donate Your Stuff

Spring cleaning isn’t just a time to de-clutter, refresh, and revive our personal spaces—it’s also an opportunity for us to give back and give generously. Rather than just tossing your unneeded items to the curb (or worse, in your storage!), there could be a second life for that sweater that’s been hanging in your closet… Read More


How to Start a Running or Walking Fitness Routine

When you think about getting into running, do you imagine yourself pounding the pavement seven days a week, working your way up from 1- to 10- to 20-milers and finally signing up for that marathon on your bucket list? (Or is that very thought the reason why you haven’t started?) News flash: It’s not that… Read More


Healthy & Homemade: 3 Hummus Snacks

What’s not to love about hummus? As if taste wasn’t enough, hummus has many health benefits. Rich in manganese, iron, and dietary fiber, chickpeas are a great source of protein. They help stabilize your blood sugar and have a low glycemic index, meaning that the carbs in them are broken down and digested slowly. The common spices in… Read More

Mastermind Group

Take a Tip from Jane Austen: Boost Your Career with a Mastermind Group

Jane Austen was a mere twenty-one years old when she penned her most beloved novel, Pride and Prejudice. When we read just a few lines of the masterful dialogue, concise description, and gripping story, our own creative abilities can seem pitiful in comparison. We tend to imagine that Jane Austen was born knowing how to… Read More