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8 Great Summer Reads for Women!

Summer is the perfect time to take a break, lay out in the sunshine and get into a great book. On this week's Global TV segment, I shared eight great summer reads. In the fall, I had included something for every woman: fiction, non-fiction, laugh-out-loud funny, witty, heartwarming, and a heart-pounding thriller. For the summer though, I like to keep it a little lighter. We…

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My Epic Fail at Work Life Balance

By Sheri Salata What do you say when someone asks you about the topic you most dread? When you work from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, plus several hours on the weekends, all while being on call 24/7—how do you respond to this question: “What about your work/life balance?” Usually, first I gulped. And then I replied…

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How I Rid Myself of Morning Anxiety – The 30 Day Anxiety-Free Morning Challenge

By Miranda Rios My alarm goes off. My body instantly springs into alert mode twisting, limbs flailing, eyes dry looking, scrambling, searching trying to find the button to make the madness stop! Like the average millennial, my cell phone has become a handy alternative to that old thing, what was it called? An alarm clock? Now that I have my…

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How To Become an Industry “Influencer”

By Kendra Newton Whether you’re an entrepreneur or working on a side hustle, putting yourself out there can be a bit intimidating. You want your voice to be heard, and your work to be read, but you might fear that others won’t take you seriously, that you won’t make any money, or even in some cases, that you might achieve…

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10 Smart Tips To Help Your Job Search

On Monday, are you already dreaming of Friday? Are you currently working a job you dislike and thinking of making the big career transition? Do you have a passion for cooking and would love to study culinary arts? Or, maybe you're looking for a job, and considering a career in growing fields like healthcare or the increasingly important field of information technology. Or maybe you're hoping to break into the business world. No…

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Happy #NationalWomensHealthWeek!

Happy National Women's Health Week, ladies! How perfect to follow up Mother's Day with a reminder to care for our mind, bodies and soul. So I ask you today: When you think about meditation and mindfulness, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Bogus? Boring? Ineffective? I'd never do it? Well, let me ask you another few questions: Are you…

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What I Learned From Reading 1,000 Resumes

By Stephanie Lynch Chances are if you’re working right now, it’s safe to say you had to more than likely send out a resume in order to get hired.  Even if you didn’t, there could come that time in the future where you may have to.  Regardless of if you’re planning on applying for a new job, it’s always great…

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Pour Out the Bucket

By Amy Rasdal Is your bucket list bringing you more stress than joy? Are you feeling left out because you don’t see how you’ll ever have the time or money to tackle your bucket list? I poured out my bucket and you can too. What is a Bucket List? The definition of “bucket list” is a list of things that…

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Getting Off The Fence and Biz Tips With GossClub

I was honored to share some biz tips, work life balance insight, and about getting off the fence. Thank you Rebecca for this fun interview on your site, which as you would imagine, readers, stands for Girl Boss. Here it is.... GOSS CLUB: HOW TO GET OFF THE FENCE WITH ERICA DIAMOND Erica Diamond is an entrepreneur, a mother,…

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Change is Inevitable. Growth Is Optional.

Change... it's the only constant. We can fight it, we can try to avoid it, but change happens. Change can be really hard. We as a people, are not by nature, adaptive to change. Why? Change means 'new.' Change involves the unknown. Change means breaking comfortable patterns. Change involves going outside our comfort zone. And while change can come as a…

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