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The Cruise Ship Metaphor You Need In Your Life

Baby, You're a Cruise Ship - On Cruises, Crying, Careers and some of the best advice I've ever received.

On Cruise Ships, Crying, and Careers   I have a really divisive topic to talk about today, guys. Cruises. I know, I know. You aren’t supposed to talk about politics, religion, or cruises in polite company but sometimes you just Read more…


Finding Your Career Sweet Spot: Strengths, Passions and Value to Others

How to find your career sweet spot. Advice from a career coach on figuring out the next step in your career.

What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up (Next)? Let’s Find That Career Sweet Spot.   My two year old daughter, Norah, is a burrower. Norah sleeps with 3.4 million stuffed animals in her bed. She nestles her Read more…


Hobby to Business: The Birth of Lyndsay Hannah Photography

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On Doing What You Love, and Getting Paid for It!   Earlier this week we did a behind the scenes look at our professional family photo shoot with Lyndsay Hannah Photography. We had a blast, my family was ridiculous, and Read more…


The Summer I Made Fetch Happen: Mistakes, Choices, and Making the Most of It

How making fetch happen at summer camp made for a funny story, and helpful career advice. Career development advice from a career coach, mom, and former camp counselor. #careeradvice #careerdevelopment #professionaldevelopment #career

A Career Coach Take on Mean Girls and Loving Your Mistakes   The summer I made fetch happen? Well it was July 2004 at the loveliest little summer camp there ever was. My job as a camp counselor involved making Read more…


Cover Letter Writing Tips from a Career Coach (And a Preschooler)

Cover letter writing tips from a preschooler. Learn what pitfalls to avoid, and how to make your cover letter shine!

The Unexpected Cover Letter Example You Need for Your Job Search   I’ve reviewed many cover letters in my day, both as a hiring manager and as a career coach. And nerd alert, I LOVE them.  I’m always actively rooting Read more…


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