Rebooting Your Career Post-Divorce

Rebooting Your Career Post-Divorce

(Update to original post from January 18, 2017) Before signing your divorce papers, make sure you’ve negotiated money to reboot your career. While overall divorce rates have declined, divorce rates for those over 50 years old have increased. Most of my clients who...
What’s Your Excuse?

What’s Your Excuse?

(Update to original post from December 19, 2018) Do you complain endlessly about your job? In order to answer honestly, ask someone who is around you a lot. Some people complain and don’t even realize they are complaining. You may be making some of these comments...
My Job – For Better or For Worse

My Job – For Better or For Worse

(Update to original post from November 29, 2017) Are you married to your job? In today’s world, there seem to be no boundaries between work and the rest of life. Sometimes it feels as if we have a ball and chain tying us to the office. At one point, there was a push...
Combat Loneliness By Finding A Job

Combat Loneliness By Finding A Job

(Update to original post from October 31,2018) Coping with the death of a spouse is difficult. Not only are you dealing with putting the financial pieces together but you’re also juggling your emotions and the emotions of family and friends. It’s easy to become...
Profession Tips | Recap April 2020

Profession Tips | Recap April 2020

Every Wednesday, we offer tips via Twitter to help you with your profession. Below are tips we tweeted last month. Click on the tip to view the source. Use your spare time to generate additional income by freelancing your skills on virtual assistance...
Is This Job Right For My Post-Divorce Life?

Is This Job Right For My Post-Divorce Life?

With this pandemic, it’s anticipated divorce filings will increase once we no longer are required to shelter in place. Face it, being quarantined with someone really allows you to evaluate the relationship. If you find yourself facing a divorce, assess your income....