Archive for March, 2014
Posted on25. Mar, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
Professional resume objectives/summaries receive a lot of criticism. Some say the goals are usually poorly written, and have no real point. Others say that if it’s well written, then it will make the potential employer continue to read the resume. He or she will know what you wish to attain in your profession and your […]
Posted on24. Mar, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
As many of our readers and all my friends and family know, I am an avid practitioner of yoga. About a year ago, I converted my entire practice to Ashtanga Yoga and it’s now the only type of yoga that I practice. Ashtanga Yoga is traditionally practiced in the Mysore style which means the student […]
Posted on17. Mar, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
Dear Cassie, For the first time in 15 years, I’m getting ready to start a new job search, and I’ve heard horror stories about what a jungle it is out there! Things have changed quite a bit since my last time out, and I want to be as prepared as I possibly can be. Could […]
Posted on12. Mar, 2014 by Erin Kennedy.
Job interviews are stressful enough, but the stress is doubled when you’re worried about how to answer the most dreaded question of all: “Why were you fired?” While the fact that you involuntarily left your last position undoubtedly creates an additional challenge to landing your next job, it doesn’t have to be a total deterrent. […]
Posted on04. Mar, 2014 by Cassie Sturdevant.
Travel has been on my mind quite a bit lately for two reasons. The first is that my husband and I just returned from a trip to Iceland where we hiked on a glacier, visited the meeting point of the North American and European tectonic plates, and swam in the Blue Lagoon. Check out our […]