Category: Wellness

Photo by Morning Brew on Unsplash

Internal Interview Questions to Ask the Hiring Manager

I’ve interviewed for tons of jobs over the years. One thing that always tripped me up was the simplest of questions:

“Do you have any questions for me?”

Hiring Manager

Oftentimes, they do cover the questions I have going into the interview. But, it’s always nice to have other options to fall back on when you’re in the heat of the moment.

Here are 50 options for you to consider when your go-to won’t suffice.

Continue reading →
Photo by Dima Pechurin on Unsplash

15 Tips on How to Feel Safe in Your Own Home

I’ve had this in my files for ages, and it’s time to share it with you. I hope you enjoy it!

One of my favorite books is “The Gift of Fear” by Gavin de Becker. It’s a deep dive into people who did not trust their instinct and unknowingly put themselves into danger.

It got me thinking about what I’ve done with my own life and how anyone – whether you’re a single woman living on her own for the first time, or you have a growing family – could make good use of these tips.

Continue reading →
Photo by Bonnie Kittle on Unsplash

Sincere Sundays: Chromatica, Morning Pages, and contest fees

Sincere Sundays is something that’s been kicking around in my head lately. I feel like I’m not consciously aware of things that I’m grateful for anymore. Every day feels like a grind. And everything that I’ve read about wellness is setting your intentions. So I’m going to take a few Sundays every month to bring those intentions to light.

Continue reading →
Photo by JOSHUA COLEMAN on Unsplash

69 Financially Conscious (Okay, Cheap) Date Night Ideas

Taking your significant other out on a date is a fundamental part of getting to know one another. You’re testing the waters, and you want to know if they’re into the same things you are. People change significantly when thrown into social situations.

Take me, for example, I avoid them at all costs, and I have to pump myself up to do anything where there are loads of people. What I remind myself is that I’m the NPC in these other people’s lives, as they are in mine. What they do doesn’t affect me.

Continue reading →