Finding time to exercise can really be stressful for a working woman who has barely any time. But since working out can help so many aspects of one’s life, finding time to exercise is a must.
Like many millennials in today’s world I wear a few different hats when it comes to my career. Currently, I work 2 different regular jobs while I chase my dream of a full time writing business on the side.
Remember how everyone kind of freaked out some years ago when Angelina Jolie had a preventative double mastectomy at the age of 37 due to her cancer risk?
Money is the foundation of nearly anything that we want to do in life. Most of us are taught that if we want to have a good life that we have to go to college, get a practical degree, and work until we’re 65.
No matter what my relationship status is, I’ve always loved Valentine’s Day. Of course, you should show your loved ones that you love them every day of the year.
Being a working woman means that we are always on the go. Trying to find time to relax is not an easy thing to do, especially when you work all of the time.
Don’t get me wrong – nights of going out and enjoying a few drinks at the bar are certainly fun, but recently my friends and I realized we seldom do anything else together.
With the new year right around the corner, pressure starts to set in. There are twelve months ahead of us full of unknown opportunities, fresh starts, and good times to be had.
I don’t know about everyone else, but for me, the holidays this year are rolling through faster than the Polar Express goes down that massive ice-covered hill on the way to the North Pole.