I have a question for you… Did you know working in a toxic work environment is common? Often, a lot of shame is associated with a toxic boss or job. Everyone is so quick to believe it’s them. It’s their fault; maybe they’re even uniquely upset about their circumstances. Their coworkers are fine. They […]
Is your midlife motivation meter critically low? Picture this: It’s your 50th birthday. Your coworker’s joke about you “being over the hill” or, even worse, “not buried under it… yet.” You smile and laugh along good-naturedly. You don’t want them to think you can’t take a joke, but it stings a little. Truthfully, you feel
Your secret’s weighing on you. As a midlife professional, the last thing you want to advertise is that you’re unhappy in your current role and on the hunt for something new. Surviving your job when looking for something new is like a dance. You show up, smile, and plug away at your work while also
Career changes are not uncommon. Many people change careers up to twelve times in their life. Some outliers are content working at the same company for 30+ years, but that is increasingly becoming less popular. I hear stories daily about those that are midlife and fear they won’t be able to find a new career.
It’s no secret women tend to earn less than men. This wage gap can be attributed to many factors that may be out of our control. Gaining an understanding of a solid financial education is often more likely for men than women, which can unintentionally undervalue our financial worth. It’s not that we don’t know