Helps the college and seasoned job seeker via great links, important articles, and informative resources to enhance job search.
This blog provides information not seen on many other career/job search blogs.
Just a few of the many topics discussed: MLM's, Age Discrimination, Recruiters, Employers and much more.
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Balance is when I behave in a way that is integrated with what I value. Balance is when I honor my highest good and that of those around me with my words and my actions. Balance is when I do what I love and I am in a state of "flow". Balance is not about hours assigned to different sections of my life. It's about doing what's most important when it's most important and being present in it....more
A work at home mom who is blogging about ways to start a home based business, tips for achieving success with a home based business, making money out of the home and making money with blogging. Most of the ideas are free!
My blog focuses on three areas that are very important to me: work and careers, generosity and kindness and creativity, innovation and change. I want the blog to inform, inspire and offer insights. I want to encourage and assist people with job hunt advice and creative career ideas. And I want to learn through my posts, my readers and this community.
Now that you’ve found out being in business for yourself isn’t quite what you had imagined, how about trying on some business leadership skillsto set you free?
Small business coach, Dana K. Dwyer blogs about the ways you need to think and the things you need to do to build a business that satisfies your life and sets you free.
We're moms. We work all day, bring home the bacon, and fry it up in a pan. Oh, and while we're at it, we're raising young children, along with our spouses/partners. As any working mom knows, we often battle the big "G." Guilt creeps up on us when we least expect it.