Category Archives: Life Advice

What We Can Learn From Elon Musk’s Success

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Elon Musk’s year is off to a great start as he’s been announced the richest person in the world. Forbes reports that his net worth now totals $182.9 billion. And this shouldn’t come as a surprise since he’s involved in many companies from Tesla to SpaceX to the Boring Company.His unique approach to product design and innovation […]

5 Ways to Grow your Relationship with Christ

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Growing in Christ should be the desire of any believer’s heart. Sometimes we face periods where we have difficulty hearing God or even perhaps just sensing His presence, but He is always near. So how can we get closer to Him and continue to be refined in our walk? I asked various faith leaders and […]

10 Things to do Before 2021

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Declutter You may be trying to figure out why decluttering your life is something to do before the year ends. The truth is that decluttering can be beneficial to you in many ways. Don’t forget about decluttering your social media as well. Make sure the images and people you follow bring positivity into your realm. […]

Unpopular Opinion: Stop Going Into Business With Your Partner

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Owning a business with your significant other can be rewarding but there are studies that show in 90% of coupled-owned businesses, a split is bound to happen. Relying on each other seems convenient at first, and always works well because the two of you love each other. However, when it comes to sharing finances, having […]

Signs It’s Too Early to Meet the Parents

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In any serious relationship, there comes a time when both of you are going to meet each other’s parents. Whether you believe it or not, meeting the parents signifies that the relationship is heading in a serious direction, but it can also be a lot of pressure. Knowing when to introduce your partner to family […]

Are You Ready to Go to Therapy? Here’s How to Tell

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Mental health issues are common, especially now with so much going on in the world. Recent statistics from the National Alliance on Mental Health show 1 out of every 5 American adults live with a mental health condition, while 1 in 25 adults live with a serious mental health condition. Psychotherapy, counseling, or therapy can […]

5 Ways to Help Your Child Choose a Fulfilling Career

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Can you remember the first thing you wanted to be when you grew up? Chances are you don’t. The reality is, as adults, we’ve navigated through the realms of finishing high-school, heading to college, and facing the challenges of picking a career that “fits”. But wouldn’t it have been easier if we knew exactly what […]

Navigating the Job Market: We May be Doing it Wrong 

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With the current climate of the world—a planet ripe with a pandemic—many of us are changing how we view success. Employers have laid people off, enforced pay cuts or reduced employee hours. And other working citizens haven’t been affected at all. Or, they haven’t had to make some of the sacrifices that many working have […]

How to Find Your Tribe in a New City

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I am a journalist. What does that mean beyond face value specifics like occupation, salary and experience? It means that people like me, people with jobs like mine, can never get too comfortable. I’ve had to move or be willing to move at a moment’s notice to advance my career. Realistically, sure, I would love […]

Stay 6 Feet Apart But Stick Together

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Within 24 hours amid worldwide protests, 21,000 new coronavirus cases emerge. What did they label the United States? “Worst-Affected” country with an overwhelming 1.8 million cases and 106,046 deaths. Experts are constantly reminding us that social distancing will remain our best weapon to slow the spread of this new virus, but after months of hunkering […]