Stagnation, complacency and lack of motivation are just a few of the career sticking points that can happen to any professional. Whether you have been in your position for 5 years or six months, those thoughts of, "I feel so stuck," or "I hate my job" can creep in and cause damage to an otherwise positive career path. The employment landscape is changing so fast in all industries and you can keep up if you embrace change. Change 1: Reframe obstacles as skill set development opportunities
MTV has made an empire off of teen mothers and it’s definitely affected those on the show. One of the original 'Teen Mom' mothers, Farrah Abraham has opened up exclusively to YourTango about the struggles of being a young, single mother, being on TV and how it’s affected her love life.
It's the holiday season (yay! This girl *me* loves some pink holiday corporate cocktails!), and you are probably thinking a few things: 1. I should be paid more - will I get a bonus? 2. I can just sort-of ... slide downhill. Take some calls, avoid some clients, and focus on the holidays parties (and avoiding my family). Now is the time to online shoe shop! 3. I'm too busy to think about my next career move! (But reviews are kind of stressing me out - I need that bonus!)
By Dr. Jane Greer for GalTime.com is your career your first love? Russell Crowe and his wife of nine years, Danielle Spencer, have separated, according to Australian news sources. The two were on opposite sides of the globe when the news broke, she in Australia shooting Dancing With The Stars
In can be difficult for adults to have to take care of their families and manage their music careers. This can cause a lot of stress and anxiety. As a result, here are a few steps in how to do take care of your family and your career without getting stressed. Try to set goals for yourself when you manage your family or career. When you go to work each day, try to set some goals for you to accomplish. For instance, let’s say your goal for today is to finish the report that your boss wants.
Unlike the past, most women today are raised to get a career and support themselves. More women than men seek out higher education. In fact, by 2018, 47% of the labor force in the US will be women (practically the same number as men). So, it is no longer assumed that men will be the "providers." Women can often provide for themselves now. This is why there have been books and articles written by successful single women about men being unnecessary. But just because women don't need men for their money doesn't mean there
With The Real Housewives of Orange County reunion airing on Bravo, we wrapped up another long, and very blonde, season of the original Housewives franchise. Throughout the season there were tears, sadness, laughter and an abundance of tight dresses.
You find yourself spending all of your free work moments planning your vacation. You allocate more time to choosing a bathing suit (bikini!) than focusing on the report on your desk (financial statement... *sigh*) And you count down the days till you can get out of the office and finally hit the beach. Is this you?
Being in a romantic relationship is not all milk and honey. You and your partner will have to undergo several trials and the both of you will face some obstacles and challenges as you go on your way looking for bliss in your relationship. One pertinent relationship problem that couples encounter is caused by career issues. Man VS Woman
It’s very difficult to climb a flight of stairs, let alone the steep career ladder with a jealous partner clinging to your skirt, while, dragging you down. I had always felt lucky to have a supportive husband by my side as I continue to build my career, but my gratitude catapulted a few weeks ago when I witnessed, what was nothing short of a minor travesty of common sense and sanity.