How Naming My Insecurities Helped Me Become a Mentally Stronger Person

If there’s only one key takeaway that I can share with you from the book “Maybe It’s You” by Lauren Zander, it is to name your insecurities or any negative habits you associate yourself with. For me, the numerous attempts in rewiring my brain to think positively has been an eye-opening process. Seeing how well…

5 Self-Care Tips for Your Job Search

More often than not, we start off our first official job search feeling hopeful. The possibility of finally working full time with your dream company, the thought of being financially independent, the places you could go and the ladders you could climb… our college dreams are finally coming alive! Bachelors degree? Check! Proficiency in Excel?…

Creating Fulfilling Opportunities

Originally given as a workshop presentation for Davis Women in Business (DWIB). Photo photographed by me was featured on Editorial Section by Unsplash (Feb 28th, 2019). . . . When Zoe first approached me about hosting a workshop, I was… honestly, a little scared, and definitely not ready to give a speech to so many of…

On Asking Questions

“I swear I’ll shoot her in the neck with a horse tranquilizer in the next class.” “I know! Doesn’t the professor get annoyed?” I walked out of my calculus class, shocked to have witnessed the above conversation unfold before me. The technique to formulating good questions is undeniably one of the most difficult parts of…