Archive for June, 2013

Tips to Stay Healthy at Work

Staying healthy at work can be tough and countless research studies link sitting for long periods of time to health concerns such as obesity and metabolic syndrome. Therefore, it is always better to use preventative measures, s...

4 Ways to Commute with Purpose

I recently started a bike gang. Okay, okay, it’s not really a bike gang. I finally moved into my house and got settled, which  meant that my routine could take shape, and now I can bike to work because I live 2 miles awa...

The Book Every Millennial Needs to Buy

We’ve all heard the stories of groups of friends who all get pregnant at the same time and raise their children together. Perhaps it’s shallow to compare this to that, but it’s exactly how I feel about Manager...


The Sheer Trend: 3 Ways to Wear It

Left to Right:  1)  Dress – Topshop, Clutch – Filthymagic, Shoes – Tory Burch 2) Top – Topshop, Pants – J.Crew, Tote – Tory Burch, Shoes – J.Crew 3) Blouse – Alice & Olivia,...

The Collective Unconscious – Are you bought in?

Remember when you were a kid? You wanted to be an astronaut, or a safari guide, or a Hollywood actress. You weren’t afraid to dream big and believe it was possible for you… flying to the moon, hanging out with lions, and st...

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“Hey There, Career Girl” with Courtney Templin

What is Hey There, Career Girl? We all want to know what it’s like to be other people, right? What does their life entail, what do their jobs look like and feel like? Hey There, Career Girl, gives you that looking glass i...


Is Your Humor Hurting You?

Have you ever had one of those days when people sense a self-doubt that’s not there? You’re just breezing through the day, but others make comments to you about ‘embracing who you are’, or ‘enjoying this time  in...

Attitude Adjustments: They’re Not Just for Teenagers

When I was 16, my father gave me a bookmark with the word “Attitude” on it. The bookmark was an acronym, with every letter of the word “Attitude” representing something related to the word. And while I d...

David Ogilvy’s 10 Tips on Writing

I recently finished reading Mad Woman, by Jane Maas, an advertising executive during the Mad Men years. She offers her perspective on the era from a woman’s point of view providing an utterly charming read, which includes all...


What to Say When a Job Offer is Made

You’ve done everything you could. You wrote the perfect cover letter and resume, you applied for the job, you made it past the screening interview and the initial interview and the panel interview and maybe even a final i...