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How to Answer the “Tell me about Yourself” Interview Question (With Some Help from Frozen)

Tell me about yourself! No, seriously. Tell me ALL about yourself. I’m super curious and nosy and want to know your hopes, dreams, and family history. But your interviewer might want to know something a little more specific about how Read more…


5 Interview Tips You Wouldn’t Expect (But Won’t Forget) from Flying a Kite

As a career coach, I find that my natural inclination is to find the career and professional development lessons in every activity. As a humor enthusiast, I like to mock myself for being such a nerd about it. But the Read more…


10 Career and Job Search Websites Moms Returning to Work Need to Know

Mom on the phone at the computer with two young girls. Websites moms returning to work need to know.

For moms going back to work after spending time away from the workforce, the insecurity, the excitement, the anxiety, and the fear is real. Will my skills translate to working outside the home after being away from the workforce for Read more…


Simple 1 Minute Changes to Help You Achieve Your Career Goals

I left my one year old unsupervised for one minute and came back to find every Ziplock bag we owned strewn about on the kitchen floor. It was honestly kind of impressive. I mean… how? How is that even possible Read more…


7 Uber Drivers Share Career & Life Lessons for Happiness and Success

I don’t travel for work often, which suits me just fine. As a working mom and homebody I enjoy doing my thing at the office but also getting back to the homestead for dinner. But I have a couple work Read more…


The Working Mom Life of The Mom at Law – Q&A with Candace Alnaji

Do you remember the many scenes in How I Met Your Mother during which Marshall makes a good to mediocre argument about something not at all law related and says “lawyered.” It almost made me want to go to law Read more…


5 Powerful Career Development Books to Get You Unstuck

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Career Development Books for Adults Take a look, it’s in a book. Reading Rainbow! You’re quite welcome for that being stuck in your head the rest of the day. In Part Two of the two-part career development books series, we’re Read more…