Archives for November 2016
Hello, my friends! I’m excited to be sharing a great e-book and resource with you from one of my blogger buds, Ruby of Positively Brave. She is a career coach for twenty-somethings and created a this really phenomenal, concise e-book on creating great resumes. Since y’all know I’m all about professional development, I thought I’d share my thoughts on this resource, as well as share with you how you can get your mitts on your own copy.
Happy Thursday, everyone. Today I’m bringing you an exciting, college-themed post from Steven of My College Adventures. He and I have teamed up to share our insights with you all. On his blog, I talk about my journey to finding my program of study as well as the biggest piece of advice I would give my freshman year self. I won’t gab any longer – Steven has some seriously great tips for those who are in the process of selecting a college. If you know anyone who is currently in the middle of this process, I encourage you to pass this information along to them to help ease their mind!
Y’all know I am all about making things at home if it (a) tastes better and/or (b) saves me some cash. Lucky for all of us, this post tackles both of those things. I wrote an entire post on various things that I find are worth the effort to make at home and today we’re going to be focusing on vinaigrettes. More than just dressing for lettuce, vinaigrettes can be used in tons of different salads and even as marinades for meat. “Why do I care?” you may be asking yourself. Well, in case you didn’t know, the mark up on vinaigrettes is INSANE. I’ll counter back with a question: why spend dollars on something you can make at home for cents? Boom.