Quick Tips

Are you soon-to-be grad or recent grad and trying to differentiate yourself in a sea of sameness? Are you applying for jobs but not hearing back? Or are you not sure where to even start?

Make Your Mistakes and Learn and Move on

You’ll have a lot of “teachable moments” when you’re first starting out. You might make mistakes as an intern. That’s ok. It’s uncomfortable to make a mistake.

Impress Hiring Managers with a Killer Cover Letter

The purpose of a cover letter is to express your interest in the opportunity and why you are perfect for the job.

Move to the City of Where You Want to Live – Just Do It

So you have your sights set on working in a city you don’t live … yet. Great – that’s progress! You’ve identified where you’d like to live (this is better than most). Well done in making decisions – it’s a tough decision to make. Moving to a place you want to live IS doable —…

The First Step to Investing: Understanding Compound Interest

First thing is first – do you have your emergency fund? Those 6 months of an emergency savings account? You do? Excellent! Next – you’re ready to invest. Really? You’re thinking – but wait, I don’t make much money. I’m just starting out? How could I possibly be ready to invest? Sure sure, but the…

How to land an Informational Interview the right way

Struggling with what to write in your email for an informational interview? Fear no more. I share all dos/don’ts for how to reach out and get an informational interview that won’t annoy the other person. Instead, it will get them to say YES quickly so you can impress the hell out of them. One tip:…

Save Save Save – How to Start Saving and Why it Matters

Spending each paycheck as if it’s the paycheck you’ll get for the rest of your life is a mistake — you don’t know what will happen in the future. With every paycheck, set aside money to “pay yourself’. Start saving as much as you can until it’s uncomfortable. Why should you be uncomfortable now? Especially…