“Charleston has something for everyone, rain or shine.” – Thomas Gibson For our one year anniversary, my husband and I decided to do a weekend in Charleston. He’d never been there and I hadn’t been there since I was a child. We didn’t want to take any vacation time so we were successfully able to do Charleston in a weekend with leaving early on Sunday. … Continue reading How to Do Charleston in a Weekend
Once the anxiety ball has started rolling, it can be tough to stop it before a full-blown panic attack occurs. Trust me on this one because I’ve had plenty in my lifetime. After a few attacks, I started learning the symptoms leading up to one. So that way I could stop it from every happening. In order to stop it, I have to get my … Continue reading My Top 5 Anxiety Quirks
If you’ve read my other posts, then you know that I suffer from extreme anxiety. Suddenly, I feel like I’m dying and need to seek medical assistance while it may only be benign PVCs or a bout of acid reflux. It can sneak up on me at any time for any reason, but especially when I’m stressed or a new change has taken place. How … Continue reading Should You Tell Your Work About Your Anxiety?
I started a brand new job this last year (I’m no longer with the company, but that’s a whole other blog post). If you’ve ever had issues with change, then you’ll understand where I’m coming from. Anytime something substantially changes my life, I’m flooded with severe anxiety. I have found with more preparation my anxiety decreases. Here’s how I prepared for the new job: 1. … Continue reading How to Prepare for a New Job
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One of the most stressful parts of planning a bachelorette party can be deciding who to invite. Just like with your wedding, it can be difficult to figure out. In my case, I had a hard time finding 6 women to attend my bachelorette party – let’s just say I don’t have a ton of female friends (another story for another blog). In other cases, … Continue reading Who Should You Invite to Your Bachelorette Party?
If you’re like any normal couple, then you have a fight every once in a blue moon. Unfortunately for some, the fights can escalate quickly. It can be especially tough if you have different fighting styles as I call them. My husband is more of the “leave me alone when I’m angry” type during fights where as I’m the “let’s talk about this right now” … Continue reading 5 Ways to Diffuse a Fight with Your Significant Other
Recently, I just got a new job. Surprisingly, my resume format played a big part in it… When I was coming out of college, I put in over 1,000 resumes at various jobs around the nation. I didn’t limit myself to a certain city. Eventually, my boyfriend (now husband) landed a job first. So, I then had to limit my job area to a smaller … Continue reading How to Make Your Resume Stand Out
There’s nothing worse than going to a conference and feeling totally unprepared. If you’re anxious like me, then your anxiety levels are already at an all time high at conferences. Having everything I need takes the edge off a bit. To help make your next conference easier, I’ve created a packing list. Here’s what you’ll need: Cardigan/Sweater/Jacket Conferences are always freezing cold. The last one … Continue reading How to Pack for a Conference
I recently went to the DMV because my car registration was way outdated, I’d just gotten married and took up residence in a new state. It’s a wonder I didn’t get pulled over for my tags -whoops! But, I wasn’t about to pay to get my registration and new license just to have to do it again because I was changing my last name. Unfortunately for … Continue reading How to Make a DMV Trip as Painless as Possible