Advice From My Dad Part 2: Make Yourself Irreplaceable

We all get career advice from our parents, and like it or not, that advice can become an influence on our career choices later in life. This is of course all well and good if the advice is sound, but oftentimes that's not the case. In fact, my observations from working with university students suggest … Continue reading Advice From My Dad Part 2: Make Yourself Irreplaceable

Routines, Moodiness, and the Job Search

A routine is one of those things in life that can be either a huge relief or a giant burden.  I know that I tend to oscillate between those two feelings, generally dependant on whether or not I have an established routine in my life at the time.  I think that for the most part, … Continue reading Routines, Moodiness, and the Job Search

New Year, New (Online) You

Well, another year has come and gone, and the internet is abuzz with resolution ideas, tips and advice for self- improvement, self-proclamations to eat less, drink less, exercise more, and achieve long-dormant goals, and – who could forget – the students are back from their short holiday breaks for another grueling semester of classes, assignments, … Continue reading New Year, New (Online) You