June 24, 2017


Thinking about leaving your job for a new one? You’ve had some restlessness lately?You might want to think again!  Millennials have earned the unfortunate reputation of “job hoppers,” when the reality is, people of all ages in today’s work force change jobs more than they did fifty years ago. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says that the median number of years workers tend to stay with one employer is 4.2 years, and that number is getting smaller each year.  
In today’s workforce, most people don’t expect to be at their job their entire lives as they did in the past. In fact, in a CareerBuilder article, it states that by the age of 35, 25 percent of workers have held five jobs or more.   Here are the three main reasons most people start to feel restless.   1. NOT FEELING FULFILLED  Ask yourself these questions:  Why did you take the job in the first place? What excited you about it?   What about the company

Do the Hard Thing

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The hard part about Adulting is that it’s … well…HARD.  Doing hard things and doing them over and over – going to work, paying the bills, cleaning your living space – in the moment you’re doing them may not always seem like the fun and free grown-up life you imagined, but doing those hard things will ultimately get you what you really want. Let me explain it this way. You have to do the hard
Does the end of the money come before the end of the month? Don’t let a zero bank balance catch you by surprise. The first step in getting your finances under control is to know where you money goes each month. It’s easy to calculate how much you’re spending on bills that come regularly each month, like rent, mortgage payment, student loans, or a car payment. It’s the ones that vary that can catch you

Find a doctor before you’re sick

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When you’re coughing up a lung or doubled over in pain, the last thing in the world you feel like doing is meeting someone new. It’s so much better to have already established a relationship with a primary care doctor before you’re actually sick. If you have health insurance (and thanks to Uncle Sam, we’re all supposed to,) certain types of visits may be covered at 100%. The best way to find a good doctor

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