Category Archives: Environment

Is No Job Better than the Wrong Job?

How do you know whether that new job is the right job for you? What can you do to check out — or “vet” — a potential employer before committing yourself to a new position? The importance of a thorough … Continue reading

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Out with the old; In With the New

If you regularly read my blog, you know that my family consists of myself, 2 biological kids, and many young adults (and their children) who find their way to us, whether by court order or simply because they have chosen … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Staying Organized & Motivated During Unemployment

  To stay organized and motivated when working at home, you need balance. Though you are unemployed, you DO have a job:  Finding a job.  If you’re having a hard time getting organized now that you are home all day, … Continue reading

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Priorities: The Top 4 — Getting them Straight

A single mother of three recently told me how she was having a difficult time finding a good man. “These guys just don’t understand that my kids come first,” she complained. “It reminds me of Mike,” she said, referring to … Continue reading

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