Whole Living Coaching Blog Posts

June 1, 2020
Achieve Work Life Balance using the Life Wheel

Your life is comprised of all 7 categories you see here and in EQUAL MEASURE. When you’re working 40+ hours a week and you’ve got a family to provide for, you may behave as if Work/Career is 50% of the pie, but wonder why you are feeling burned out or less fulfilled in these other areas. The […]

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May 26, 2020
A Love Letter to Anxiety

Dear Anxiety, We’ve had this weird attachment to each other for quite some time now.  Just when I think you’re out of my life, I get a call, a text message, you post on Facebook or Twitter and we’re right back where we were before.  It’s like you become my world.  You’re the first thing […]

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May 8, 2020
30 Common Interview Questions - Part 2: Behavioral Questions

Behavioral questions are designed to ascertain your work personality, skills, and abilities based on how you handled various situations in your past employment. Effective answers to behavioral questions are succinct, yet thorough in describing the situation, the specific actions you took to resolve the issue/problem, and the outcome of your actions. 1. Tell me about […]

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May 8, 2020
30 Common Interview Questions - Part 1: General Questions

For many of us, interviews are on par with public speaking as the activity that causes the most uncertainty and trepidation. One way to combat that is to figure out your answers to some of the more common interview questions ahead of time, and practice answering them succinctly and confidently. Practice makes perfect and interviewing […]

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April 30, 2020
10 Ways to Help Your Kids Avoid Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever (noun): extreme irritability and restlessness from living in isolation or a confined indoor area for a prolonged time It’s hard enough for adults to find new and interesting ways to entertain themselves during our self-imposed quarantine, but imagine how difficult it is for children with short attention spans and plenty of energy to […]

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April 21, 2020
5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Time in Quarantine

1. Learn/Practice a Second Language Not only does being bilingual make you more marketable as an employee, but also research suggests that learning a second language increases cognitive ability, improves academic performance, and increases cultural awareness and sensitivity.[1] So pick a language, grab a study partner, and start, commencer, empezar, início, bÖrja! [1] https://www.actfl.org/advocacy/what-the-research-shows 2. […]

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April 19, 2020
Internships Are Not Just For Young People

When you think of an internship, you often think of inexperienced young adults trying to gain professional work experience, but internships can be just as beneficial for experienced workers. It’s not easy for an experienced worker to consider the idea of applying for an internship.  After years of hard work and career growth, an internship […]

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April 19, 2020
Job Searching During COVID19

For some the COVID19 quarantine has felt like an extended vacation - albeit a vacation with your kids and you never leave home. For others the quarantine has felt like anxiety and financial uncertainty as non-essential businesses shutter their doors. For those of you hurting by the quarantine, you have career options beyond being a […]

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April 10, 2020
5 Ways to Discover Your Network Hiding in Plain Sight

Whether you’re new to the workforce - building your network from scratch - or a well-seasoned networker, these 5 tips will help you dig for networking gems right under your nose. As you identify people you’d like to include in your network LinkedIn can help you to connect. 1. A Strong Network Is a Diverse […]

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March 31, 2020
60 Seconds To A More Visible LinkedIn Profile

How can you make a more visible LinkedIn profile and stand out in a sea of over 300 million active users? (source) There are many books and YouTube videos promising to help you do just that but determining what information is actually helpful can be time consuming and counterproductive. Fortunately for you, it’s my job […]

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