{Remaining} 2017 Reading List

According to Dave Ramsey, the average millionaire reads one non-fiction book every month. Besides that fact, I’ve decided that I need to soak up some knowledge given my new work situation. So I’m putting together a reading list of books to read between now and the end of the year. Some of them are focused on business, and some are more about improving and growing … Continue reading {Remaining} 2017 Reading List

What is a “General Manager” anyway?

When I was a student at The Florida State University, I applied for a scholarship and had to meet with the committee as part of the application process. The interviewer asked what my goal job was, and I answered that I wanted to be the White House Press Secretary. Fast forward to now, and there’s absolutely no way I’d wanted to be any politician’s press … Continue reading What is a “General Manager” anyway?

Facebook’s “Reactions” Miss the Point

As much as we may hate to admit it, Facebook has become a big part of our lives. It’s often the first place that people go to announce their engagement, pregnancy, new job or some other positive life event. A picture gets posted, the number of “likes” grows and congratulatory comments pop up. Facebook also is the place where we often find out about the … Continue reading Facebook’s “Reactions” Miss the Point

Why New Year’s Resolutions Always Fail

Ah, a new year.  A clean slate. The perfect time to make the changes you’ve been wanting to make — in your job or in your personal life. But … those New Year’s resolutions? They don’t work. They never do. And here’s why. Resolutions are too generic. “I want to lose weight. I want to get healthy. I want to be organized.” These are great aspirations. … Continue reading Why New Year’s Resolutions Always Fail

Identifying Burnout

David and I got married 5 years ago this October. With the help of TimeHop, I’ve been reminiscing about the festivities — wedding showers, bachelorette parties, and the big day itself of course. Then today I was reminded of the added work stress I endured during that transitional point in my life. Now, this tweet may lead you to believe that I was actually having … Continue reading Identifying Burnout

A new job

I’ve always been about balance. When I was little, I balanced school and homework with ballet classes and performances. In high school, I balanced college classes, dance and student government (plus some). And in grad school, I balanced insane classes with internships and a long-distance relationship. Balance is something I need in life. If I was only dedicated to my career, I’d burn out. If … Continue reading A new job