"Another COVID-19 post? Oh joy..." WAIT!! Don't click that "X" just yet! We want to push you beyond one more "see 10, do 10" Instagram story challenge, beyond "social distancing" and "quarantines" and "wash your hands," beyond the "keep your routine"s and "try something new"s.... We want you encourage you to make history. History As … Continue reading We’re Making History … And You Should Keep a Journal—Here’s Why
Here are the last three steps of the resignation, a phase that we'll call the "Wrap Up" or "Final" phase. These last few steps are completed in your last week—potentially even on your last day. 6) Return Company Property Put your favorite sticky note pad and notebook back in the desk drawer. Leave your company … Continue reading Resignation Part 3 – The Wrap Up Phase
I'll label Phase 2 of the resignation (steps 3 to 5) the "Conversation" phase. It's time to start communicating those plans from Phase 1. Remember that the way you present this information is as important as the information itself. You want to end on good terms (if you can). 3) Write and Submit Your Resignation … Continue reading Resignation Part 2 – The Conversation Phase
As I mentioned, I recently decided to resign from my full-time job and pursue my master's degree. And I thought the resignation process would be a "one letter and done deal," but ... There are so many steps to a resignation. It's not like you say "I'm leaving," and then you leave (like I thought). … Continue reading Resignation Part 1 – The Planning Phase
Hey, all! My last day at work is today, and I want to complete my exit process before completing my blog post for today. Can you guess what the post is about? *wink wink* So! New post is coming soon. ~ #AmAdulting Team
Gather 'round loyal followers, casual readers, and newbies. Welcome to the second half of 2019 and the newly named "Am Adulting" blog!
Good news, bad news, and a piece of holiday advice. Check out the newest (and possibly last) EYWomen update. More to come in 2019!
Happy Summer! We will be taking a summertime pause here at EYWomen, but we're excited to see you in the Fall.
No one told me how expensive owning a vehicle was. Yikes! My bank account took a hit this month after a doozy for my van. Learn what to do when your car, van, truck, or hatchback has an issue. (Hint, keep an emergency fund.)