Career, negotiation and getting the most money, balance and satisfaction out of your work life.
I always wonder if people don’t open doors any longer because they think it’s sexist to do so. I think it’s just being polite, regardless of gender. It isn’t sexism, it’s manners!
Who here works at their job for anything but money? This has nothing to do with gender.
An update on: My aunt, Baby Bun, my work situation and my vacation.
What would happen if I didn’t make so much money? I talk about the age-old debate of being valued for housework.
I’m pretty methodical in my ways, and I have to say it has brought results.
I wouldn’t really want to dictate style rules for anyone for what to wear to work, like saying a skirt suit is mandatory, but there are a few things that are definitely considered work-inappropriate in my eyes.
The real key ingredient to success is not necessarily being rich, beautiful or smart.
It doesn’t surprise me, but it does make me curious as to why people continue to work at a job they hate and/or are terrible at. Why not try something different?
What I feel are the characteristics and traits I have developed for success.
The dark side to freelancing is that you cannot control everything no matter how much you make.
Reflecting upon “Presence” and how I changed my own behaviour from a child to present day.
I am a wealth-obsessed, style-focused, minimalist.
I got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months with The Budgeting Tool which I now sell online and donate its net proceeds to charity.
I earn like a princess on average $20,000 a month when I work but am trying hard to live like a pauper by not spending all of it.
The rest of the time I relax and enjoy the time off by traveling, although traveling has been on hold lately with the arrival of Baby Bun, my rambunctious, ever-hungry toddler.