Guest Contributor's blog
As women we tend to believe that we can have it all; kids, career, a beautiful house, healthy and fulfilling relationships, and a perfect life all around. Right? Unfortunately, it rarely works out that way. No matter how good your intentions are, there simply aren't enough hours (or energy drinks) to do everything you want to get done. But you can find ways to manage your time effectively and hopefully reduce some stress. Here are a few tips to try.
If there's one thing in life that we're not always prepared for, but will inevitably happen, it is change. And while there are some rare people that you may meet that have stayed in the same position with the same company for many years, chances are that at some point in your life, you may not just change positions within a business, but you may decide that it's time for a whole new career altogether.
Of course, in order for the transition to go smoothly, you must be willing to take the advice of Benjamin Franklin when he said that by failing to prepare, you prepare to fail. So with that said, if you're looking for five ways to prepare for a career change, check these "rules for professional transitioning" out.
Sometimes, when you're watching a commercial for the military, it might be a bit tempting to you. OK, perhaps not the military position itself, but all of the traveling that comes with it. The truth is, there are a lot of opportunities for and benefits to working abroad.
If you've found yourself considering it more and more, but you're looking for some additional information on both the pros and the cons of being employed overseas, check these out.