Zoom interview tips to help you snag that job

The pandemic has changed our lives in more ways than we could’ve ever anticipated and we are expected to adapt to these changes, especially in our professional lives. This means that our classes, meetings, and interviews are more frequently than not moved to the world wide web to decrease face-to-face interaction. Interviews are daunting asContinue reading “Zoom interview tips to help you snag that job”

I applied to seven psychology PhD programs… and wasn’t accepted to any of them.

Did that title shock you as bad as it hurt me? This is my reality. I spent a year of my life and applied to over half dozen psychology PhD programs during my senior year of college and I was not accepted to a single one of them. Before you get the chance to sayContinue reading “I applied to seven psychology PhD programs… and wasn’t accepted to any of them.”

The Best Purchases I Have Made that Make Being an Adult a Little Less Miserable

Being an adult isn’t as glamorous as we thought it would be when we were younger. But there are a few items that can help adulthood feel a little less sucky. Full disclaimer, I didn’t personally purchase a lot of these items myself. Rather, I ask for these items as gifts for holidays and myContinue reading “The Best Purchases I Have Made that Make Being an Adult a Little Less Miserable”

Ways to make your apartment or rental space feel a little less “used.”

Whether you’re the second or hundredth tenant in your rental space, here are a few things you can do to make it feel like a renter’s paradise. Renting a living space isn’t always ideal. Paying your monthly rent and never receiving anything in return can feel like you’re working towards a nonexistent goal, unlike owningContinue reading “Ways to make your apartment or rental space feel a little less “used.””