It’s come to my attention lately thanks to lots of ignorant trolls online that not all people understand the nature of contract work and the pure beauty of it. “They just sit at home all day, wahhhhhh. They should get a real job!” Cue the eye rolling. I’m here to provide a much-needed PSA on… Continue reading People Need To Update Their Thinking On What Constitutes A “Real Job”
I spent several years in the sales game and I was really good at it. It was a great career for a single girl with nothing but time on her hands. Then I met The One, got married, and adopted our two rescue dogs. Suddenly, I had this whole new family to care for, and… Continue reading These Are The Top 5 Lies Salespeople Tell (They’re Not What You’d Expect)
Being a modern woman can be challenging. We juggle careers, families and our personal happiness like nobody’s business, and it means that we often sacrifice our precious sleep and our sanity so we can have it all. As tough as it can be sometimes, there’s no sum of money I’d accept to go back in… Continue reading Here’s To Modern Women Who Have It All!
I used to be a pretty hardcore hustler in the sales world when I was single. I sold cars, commercial pest control, office supplies, and cable/internet packages like they were going out of style throughout the years. When we first adopted our dogs, I was still going to an office every day and it was… Continue reading Self-Employed Life: My Dogs Are Clingy Stalkers (Good Thing They’re Cute)
I spent several years hustling in corporate America when I was single. It was all about getting money and getting ahead at any cost. I was in sales, and I was killing it. No matter what I was selling, I was one of the top salespeople. I won awards, bonuses, and lots of respect, but… Continue reading Getting Out Of Corporate America Helped Me Kick My Caffeine Addiction
My entire life changed last year when I got married and adopted a couple very spirited young rescue dogs. For years, I had the luxury of my apartment always being as clean as I left it, not taking care of anyone but myself, and having all the “me time” in the world when I wasn’t… Continue reading I Love My Fur Kids, But I Need Alone Time
It was a magical new world when I transitioned from commuting to an office every day to working from home as an independent contractor. The perks are obvious. I get to set my own hours, save a ton of money on gas, take vacation days whenever I want, and I haven’t dressed up in business… Continue reading Dog Mom Life: I Have A Standing Lunch Date With My Dogs Every Day