How to Deal with Stress at Work

Office Outfit inspiration / Black Short Sleeve Dress

Black Short Sleeve Dress (only $46, comes in 4 different colors) / Fendi 2Jours Shopping Tote / Layered Choker Necklace / Nude Pumps

You might have noticed that’s it been a little quiet around here these days. I’m trying to create more thoughtful content on the blog, but also my day job has been taking up a lot of my focus and energy. Many of you know that I work for an airline. Well we’ve just come out of four different hurricanes all back-to-back-to-back. During this time, it’s all hands on deck and everyone works around the clock through late nights and weekends, to get the operation back up a running and take care of everyone who has been devastated by the storms. Stressed has been my baseline for the past month, so I figured I’d tackle it here on the blog and share my tips on how to not let it get the best of you.

How to Change Careers and Defy Naysayers

Pink Flare Dress and Leopard Dress

Pink Flare Dress (on sale for $48!) / Leopard Clutch (affordable version here) / Timex ‘Peyton’ Watch (c/o) / Gold Cuffs / Ankle Strap Heels / Laura Gellar Lipstick in ‘Central Park Spice’

It’s been a while since I’ve chatted about anything career related, but I recently answered a reader’s question via email and thought I would share what I wrote here with you. A few months ago, I wrote about why/how I switched career industries three times. I feel incredibly lucky that with each opportunity, someone took a chance on me instead of questioning why I was looking to make a change in the first place. Unfortunately, not all employers are that open to different perspectives and experiences. Here’s how to dispel the naysayers.

How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome

Skirt The Rules / Turquoise Lace Shift Dress

Lace Shift Dress (take $25 off) / Oversized Sunnies / Layered Necklace / Leopard Clutch / Nude Pumps / NARS Satin Lip Pencil in ‘Yu’

Whenever I catch up with friends and family, the #1 question I get is: “How’s the new job going?” I usually give some sort of canned response like, “It’s so good – I love it!” when deep down inside, my feelings are much more complex and way more insecure. Friends, say hello to my very real case of imposter syndrome.