Living A Bold Life As A Blogger + A Free Printable

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Living A Bold Life

Hands down, this has been the boldest year of my life. I got married, moved into a new house, and in June, my first book will be available!

That’s right! This little millennial blogger over here was bold enough to go after her dream of writing a book, and in a couple months, I get to see it come to life.

I couldn’t be happier about it.

So today, I’m giving you a behind the scenes look into my bold life as a blogger (and now author).

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Freebie: First 10 Pages of My New Book Corporate Survival Guide For Your Twenties

corporate survival guide for your twenties

Hey guys! Happy Tuesday!

Hope you’re all off to an awesome start this week!

So today, I’m super excited to update you guys on my new book, Corporate Survival Guide For Your Twenties!

Guys, it’s a legit book, and I finally got my copy in my hands a couple weeks ago and all I wanted to do was cry.

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Following Your Passion While Having A Day Job

Following Your Passion While Having A Day Job

Last week, the Chicago Tribune published an article called Millennials: Tips on How To Pursue Your Passion, and I was fortunate enough to have been able to contribute some of my ideas (oh, and my friend Paul from All Groan Up was also featured, yayyyy Paul!).

The author of that article, the extremely talented Andreaa Ciulac, reached out to me a couple weeks earlier, and I answered several questions over e-mail.

Since I had so much to say about this topic, I feel like it might be helpful to share with you guys my answers to all of Andreaa’s questions.

Because at the end of the day, I think most of us millennials are constantly facing that internal battle: follow your passions, or sell out and work at a crappy job for money.

But I think if we  change how we look at things a little bit, we’ll be a whole lot happier.

Here’s the interview:

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What to Look for When Relocating for a Job


Hi guys! Enjoy this guest post from Holly! xoxoxox, Kayla

Job-hunting isn’t all about the job. If you’re looking into relocating for an awesome work opportunity, you also have to take the area into consideration.

If you’re a music lover, you’re going to want a good local music scene and places for you to go see shows. If you’re an adventurer, you’re going to want to know how close you are to mountains and hiking trails. Take everything into consideration when you’re relocating!

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5 Tips For Effective Career Planning

5 Tips For Effective Career Planning

We’re more than halfway into February, but the year’s still pretty new, so I hope you’re all still sticking to your 2016 resolutions!

When we talked about resolutions not too long ago, a lot of you shared that 2016 was going to be the year you totally ROCKED your careers! But in order to do that, you gotta have a solid plan, right? Yep, absolutely!

So today, my friend Andy’s chiming in on this topic, and he’s sharing 5 tips for effective career planning. Enjoy!

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How To Motivate Your Employees The Right Way (as told by a fed up millennial)

How To Motivate Your Employees The Right Way

It’s been a long time since I’ve written about a Ted Talk, but I came across this one the other day and I found myself agreeing 100% with everything this guy said.

In his Ted Talk, The Puzzle of Motivation, Dan Pink talks about something I think a lot about – motivation. What’s the right way of motivating employees?

Turns out, there really is a right way of motivating us, and most of our employers have it all wrong.

Just listen…

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How To Stand Out From The Crowd & Get Hired This New Year

how to get hired this new year

New year, new you, right?! New year, new job?! For those of you looking to land a new gig this year, my friend Erica’s put together a few really great tips to help you stand out from the crowd, and get hired!


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