4 Positive Body Language Signs (That Mean Nothing Because the Client’s Going With the Cheapest Option)

You can learn a lot about what a person is thinking based on their body language. But sometimes, the only thing that speaks louder than body language is money. Budget, to be exact. Here's how you can interpret four body language signs when your client has to hire whoever will work for cheapest.

This Is How You Can Have a 10-Minute Morning Routine and Still Eat Breakfast

Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day (according to many studies), you shouldn't skip it. That said, you can save yourself a heck of a lot of time by eating breakfast at the office. It's so easy to do, too! I personally do it every day.

The Surprising Lesson I Learned By Cutting Coffee for 2 Weeks

Getting through the day without a boost of caffeine can be challenging, but the reality is I didn’t need coffee as much as I thought I did. Coffee's quick-fix is good until the crash, so I found something else I could rely on instead in the morning.

7 Basic Questions You Should Be Able to Answer About Your Partner’s Job

You and your partner are on the same page. But are you sure you’re really covering everything? The 2018 Fidelity Investments Couples & Money survey found that not all couples are aligned on finances and careers. Here are several questions you should be able to answer. And what to do if you can't.

Listening to a Story Could Turn a Bad Day Around—Here Are 3 Ways to Do it Right

“When you’re feeling down,” Kara Cutruzzula wrote on the TED website, listening to someone else’s story “can help to get out of your own head.” Maybe all we need on a bad day is to stop thinking about our bad day and discover a story about a loved one or even a stranger. Here's how to start.

I Get Ready for Work in 10 Minutes Every Morning—Here’s How

I despise mornings and love sleeping. But working in an office requires me to get up earlier than I'd like. So I've learned to adapt to this by getting my morning routine down to 10 minutes flat. Here's what that looks like on an average day.

Sterling K. Brown: “I Had to Let Go of Who I Was, in Order to Become Who I Am”

Sterling K. Brown went into Stanford thinking he'd study economics, but ended up earning a degree in drama instead. “I had to let go of who I was, in order to become who I am,” he said in his commencement speech to the class of 2018. “It is a process you’ll have to go through over and over again.”

Mindy Kaling Reminds You That Having a Checklist’s Fine, But Don’t Be Afraid to Let it Go

“Don't be scared if you don't do things in the right order, or if you don't do some things at all,” Mindy Kaling said in her commencement speech at Dartmouth College. “If you have a checklist, good for you. Structured ambition can sometimes be motivating. But also, feel free to let it go.”

Welp, This “What Do You Do” Meme Is Way Too Relatable

Every job isn’t exactly what you think it is. While you can give people a broad overview, you’ll probably never be able to explain it perfectly to the people you care about. Which is why the recent "What Do You Do?" Twitter meme is so relatable for anyone who's had to describe their job to others.

4 Better Ways to Vent When People Keep Getting Your Name Wrong

Sure, there are productive tactics you can use when people you meet—and some you’ve known for years—get your name wrong all the time. While you want to keep it calm and professional when you correct people (yes, always!), you might need to let off some steam elsewhere. Enter: creative venting.