Congratulations graduates of 2015! You all have worked hard to make your way out of school for--(let's be honest here)--most of your lives--and now that you are finally done with school, the last thing I am sure you want to hear is that you have to keep up with your education. But that does not mean that learning has to be boring or a pain in the ass. It should be as easy as switching on an app! … [Read more...] about 10 Ways to Continue Learning Once You’re Out of College
Archives for June 2015
There is nothing more heartbreaking than finding out your loved one has a serious illness. You instantly feel as though you want to mourn for them as if you’ve lost them. Yet you also know you have to keep it together. For their sake. In some instances, it may be down to you to look after them. Even if it isn’t your sole responsibility, you’ll feel as though you want to do as much as possible. In … [Read more...] about The Essential Guide to Looking After a Loved One With a Serious Illness
"So many people don't pursue their dreams because they buy into the belief that those are for people 'out there' and they rule themselves out. I dream of shifting this entire generation's job hunt through my online program, and it's starting to happen!" It is time once again for Miss Millennia Magazine’s latest installment of the #LikeaGirl interview series. Recently I was able to chat … [Read more...] about Coaching #LikeaGirl: Interview with Ashley Stahl
Everyone knows that finding a job is difficult. But did you know that about 50% of all jobs are not even posted online?* I sure didn't. And for every job that is out there, about 200 people apply to it and only about 2% of those people are actually chosen for an interview**. Knowing just that little bit of information could have saved me a lot of extra time being stressed out and absolutely … [Read more...] about A Brand New Way to Find The Career You Want
There is, all too regrettably, an entire form of literature that is frequently overlooked by the average millennial reader. How many times have you walked straight past the poetry section in a bookstore without giving a second thought to exploring it? I hear it all the time: poetry is complicated/nonsensical/difficult/nothing but a torture device for English majors. Now, I won't lie to you: these … [Read more...] about Poetry: It’s Not Just for English Majors!
Summer BBQs call for refreshing and tasty drinks, but if you plan on eating two cheeseburgers and an ice cream cone, why don't you opt for low calorie cocktails instead of bloating pina coladas? Summer cocktails don't need to be filled with added sugars and fats to be delicious, and focusing on fresh crisp flavors and clear liquors will provide exactly the type of drink you need for a hot summer … [Read more...] about Best Low Calorie Cocktails for your Summer BBQ