The best way to bring your lunch isn’t in a brown bag—it’s in a mason jar! With a teensy amount of planning on a Sunday afternoon, a couple pantry staples, and some mason jars, you’ll have delicious lunches all week long.
When you’re asked “what’s your greatest strength?”, you’ve got it covered. But, your weaknesses? That can be much tougher to answer. Here are three strategies to ensure that talking about your weaknesses won’t be the weak spot in your next interview.
We could all use some tips on how to deal with a bad hair day—and ones that don’t involve hiding out in a cubicle. So we turned to YouTube’s best beauty vloggers for inspiration.
Leaving your job can be terrifying, but when your current position just isn’t giving you what you need, sometimes it’s a necessary next step. Here are six surefire signs it’s time to move on—and a few last-ditch attemps to try if you’re not ready to let go.
You nailed the interview, but a couple of weeks have gone by and nothing’s happened. Can you follow up without reeking of desperation or looking like a pest? Turns out, you can—and you should.
When it comes to interview attire, there’s no one-suit-fits-all approach—your look should reflect the place you’re applying. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Check out our guide to four common company types and what to wear for each.
Ending a sentence with a preposition isn’t actually wrong—it’s just that everyone thinks it is. Grammar Girl weighs in on this and other common “rules” that are totally baseless (and why you should probably follow them anyway).
Working for a start-up can be a fun, smart, and even life-changing move—but it’s also going to be vastly different than any world you’ve been in before. Before you electronically sign on the dotted line, make sure you’ve memorized these 5 working-for-a-start-up mantras.
We know that work can be rough—and so do these twelve adorable animals. We’ve gathered some of the most hilarious animal GIFs around the web to help you get through your workday.
Ever find yourself playing it safe with your language at work—as in, ending statements with question marks in your voice, or prefacing any critique you have with “Sorry, but…”? Yeah—it’s time to stop. And we’ll show you how.