Burning Out

Overworking in the absence of self care is a recipe for burnout. If your brain is feeling like absolute mush, you certainly are not alone. Keep reading to learn more about burnout, why overworking is practically programmed into us, and how you can start to relinquish the perpetual feeling of exhaustion.

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Leaning into Risk

Skydiving was one of the most exhilarating experiences I’ve ever had. However, I found myself almost unwilling to make the jump at the pivotal moment. Keep reading to learn about my experience, how it relates to risk taking, and what you can do to overcome the fear of failure.

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Silver Linings in the Face of a Recession

Global recessions are often associated with scarcity, concern, and conservatism. This time around, it’s only exacerbated by the pandemic. However, amidst all the chaos, it’s important to remember there are positives that come from an economic downturn. Keep reading to learn how this contraction can help improve job satisfaction, personal finance, and entrepreneurship.

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The Dreaded Imposter Syndrome

Success can sometimes come with an unexpected cost. The added responsibility of a new role, overachieving, or receiving a lot of public praise can counterintuitively, cause someone to deal with Imposter Syndrome. Keep reading to learn why it’s crucial to overcome Imposter Syndrome in a new role, what the basis of the struggle is, and how to go about fending it off.

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Cycles of Happiness

Happiness is arguably one of the most dynamic emotions we experience. Shifting from feeling on top of the world, to being unable to get out of bed in the morning, happiness almost follows a cyclic pattern. Keep reading to learn how trigonometry plays into our happiness set point and how to best manage the lows of emotion.

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