3 Obstacles You Have to Overcome When You Get a New Boss (Solutions Provided!)

Getting a new manager at work can be tough—especially if you don't get along right away. Here are three possible situations you might face, with solutions.

Repeat After Me: You’re Allowed to Quit for Selfish Reasons

Quitting your job when others depend on you (or are even proud of you) can feel selfish. But here's why it's OK to do it anyways.

How to Get Anyone (Yes, Anyone) to Reply to Your Emails

Getting an email response can be challenging, particularly when your recipient is really busy. Here's how you can encourage a reply.

Ask an Honest HR Professional: Why Did My Less-Experienced Co-worker Get Promoted Over Me?

Seeing your co-worker promoted over you and feeling like you lack room for growth at your company is frustrating. Here's how to handle it professionally.

From One Skeptic to Another: Everything You Need to Know About Bullet Journaling

If you've always been curious (or skeptical) about the merits of bullet journaling, here are the answers to all of your questions.

How to Handle Advice Overload, According to the CEO of Birchbox

Birchbox CEO Katia Beauchamp loves getting other people's advice—she just doesn't follow all of it. Here's how to use your best judgment in the same situation.

The Informational Interview Thank You Note Smart People Know to Send

If you want the person to put in a good word for you after your informational interview, you should send them a thank you note. Here's the perfect template.

9 Cheap Online Classes That’ll Help You Break Into Design

Whether you're a career changer or just want to make your PowerPoints look more impressive, these (cheap and free) design classes are the perfect fit.

The Out-of-Office Template You Need When You’re Only Taking One Day Off

Here's the perfect out-of-office message for when you're only taking one day off and really want to unplug—whether on your own or because of a major holiday.

The Best Advice to Read if You’re Struggling to Quit a Job You Hate

There's a concept called "the escalation of commitment," and it's the reason why you choose to stay in a job you don't like. Here's how to overcome it.