It seems like the perfect set-up: Your apartment is always clean, uncluttered, and quiet, and you don’t have to do anything to make it that way. Not so fast. Having The Perfect Roommate might mean you’re the Bad One, in which case, it’s time to make a change.
Living on a budget can be a hard lesson to learn. Take it from our “How to Deal” columnist, who had to deal with a few “low balance” warnings in the early stages of her career. Read on for her important tips for getting back on track.
When you’re really slammed, even relaxation can be stressful. Shouldn’t you be doing something more productive than “relaxing?” Actually, no, you shouldn’t. And though it can be hard, it’s important to take a breather now and then. Here’s how.
Everyone’s had a bad day at the office. But what if that kind of day becomes every day? If your 9-to-5 is becoming unbearable, here are a few tips for how to deal.
It’s OK not to know what you want to be when you grow up—even if you’ve reached a grown-up age. If you’re still pondering that age-old question, here’s our advice for making the best of it.
Being new on the job can cause all kinds of confusion—you don’t know what to do first, who to impress, or even where to find the bathroom. But fear not, just check out these tips for making the first few weeks in a new office a bit less uncomfortable.
Everyone’s getting engaged—and you’re still trying to find someone worthy of even a second date. If it seems like your life has veered off its anticipated “track” while everyone else’s is charging ahead, here are some tips for dealing.
Unless you’re really lucky, you probably have at least one rude, ungracious, or otherwise difficult co-worker who rubs you the wrong way. Our new column dishes on how to have a professional relationship with someone with whom you just can’t get along.