3 Ways Women Can Boost Business Skills For Post-Pandemic Career Success

Whether you’ve lost your job due to COVID-19 or you’d like to translate your skills into a new career within growing industries like e-commerce, virtual learning, robotics, or cybersecurity, now is the perfect time to further your education, join a professional organization, and build stronger leadership skills. Plus, there are so many things you can … Read more

Work, Life, Balance – Balancing A Career And Motherhood

In theory, this sounds like a beautiful thing. It takes the edge off the guilt. Why, might you ask, do you feel guilt, Dawn? Well, it’s easy. I’m a working mom. I wonder if men ever experience this — how it feels to go to work every day with the weight of guilt bearing down. … Read more

Career Transition

One day you wake up and you are out of a job. You have a few choices. You can cover your head with a blanket and hide, which you are entitled to do. You can hop on the computer, start updating your resume, and look for something in the same field. Or, you can walk … Read more

Starting Over

Sometimes there comes a time when you just have to call it quits and start all over. Just quit your job, pack your bags, say goodbye to all your friends, and move somewhere else. The reason for this can be financial, personal, new job, to be closer to family or to avoid prosecution. The reason … Read more

What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

This is a question that is asked of us many times throughout our lives. When you’re young, it’s about what college to go to, your career, making a living, and whether or not you want to be married and have kids. When you’re much older and have worked for many years, have your family, your … Read more

An Honest Conversation About Navigating Motherhood And Career

I was never that girl that had a deep yearning to be a mother. I loved my freedom, my career and have always been fiercely independent.  In fact, I spent much of my young adult life debating whether or not motherhood was meant for me – erring on the side of it not being so. … Read more