3 Reasons You Should Definitely Reschedule That Meeting Today

I love when meetings are canceled—after all, I could use that free hour to catch-up with my to-do list. But I do recognize the importance of meetings when they’re done right. With that being said, sometimes it’s still necessary to reschedule your meeting. Here are three of those instances.

3 Reasons That Job Wasn’t a Waste of Time, Even if Your Current One’s Completely Different

It's easy to think that your last job was a complete waste of time if you find yourself in a different career now. It's also important to recognize how your past positions and work experience helped prepare you for your current role. Your last job wasn't a waste at all! Here's why.

4 Excuses You’re Using for Not Taking Your Vacation Days—Destroyed

Here’s a non-negotiable fact: We humans need rest from everything we do, including work. And while I strongly believe in taking short breaks during the workday, I’m not talking about that. I’m talking about actually using your vacation days.

The 4 Worst Ways to Apologize When You’ve Messed Up

It’s OK to make mistakes. When you do, the right thing to do is to own it, learn from it, apologize, and move forward. But, this doesn’t happen all the time. Because we all desperately want to avoid anything that could interrupt the beautiful harmony of our lives, we often respond in the wrong way.

Get Up From Your Desk: 5-Minute Walks Are Just as Good for You as Long Ones

It’s no secret—taking walking break is good for your mind. It can help you concentrate, increase your creativity, and boost your mood. But, did you know that even short little walks like this can be really good for your physical health, too?

Get Up From Your Desk: 5-Minute Walks Are Just as Good for You as Long Ones

It’s no secret—taking walking break is good for your mind. It can help you concentrate, increase your creativity, and boost your mood. But, did you know that even short little walks like this can be really good for your physical health, too?

The Trick to Saying No to Your Boss (Without Looking Lazy)

I want to be known as a team player, not a naysayer. So I had to learn to say no at work in a way that reflected well on me, and not in a way that made my boss angry. And tell you what, I did learn how to do just that.

The 2 Mantras That Help Me Get Through a Task I Hate

Let's face it, we all have to do tasks we hate at our jobs and throughout our career. It's just a fact of life. But repeat these two mantras to yourself over and over again and those tasks will become just a little bit more bearable.

3 Questions That’ll Ensure You’re Never Unprepared for a Meeting Again

There is nothing worse than being called out in a meeting you should have been prepared for. Before your next meeting, ask yourself these questions.

How to Tattle at Work (Without Being a Tattletale)

No one wants to be considered the office tattletale. But there are times when you do need to escalate issues and get help from your boss.