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Tips for Cover Letter Writing

A cover letter is a company's first insight into who you will be as their potential employee. When you think of it in those terms, it better be good, huh?   There was a time when I hated cover letters. I didn't give them much thought and...

How to Take Control of Your Finances

FMoney isn't important but it does equal freedom. Being financially unburdened is like turning 16 again when you're finally able to hop in a car and go anywhere. Having security in your finances means options and options are power.   The first rule of money, at least in my...

#WFHCOFFEETOUR: BWÉ CAFE, EP. 3

If you live in Hoboken, then you know the unspoken coffee shop rule: BWÉ is the way. That's why episode three of the Work From Home Coffee Tour is all about the Bokes' favorite local spot, located on 11th and Washington. [gallery columns="2" size="full" ids="3817,3818"] Bwe Cafe...

#WFHCoffeeTour: Chalait, Ep. 2

Guess who's back? Back again. It's the #WFHCoffeeTour and we're here again with episode two. This week's choice spot? Chalait. This time around, I found myself sitting in the heart of the West Village, sipping a green matcha tea latte and eating an amazing sandwich consisting of...

#WFHCoffeeTour: Bibble + Sip, Ep. 1

Hi, Internet. It's been a while. I promise I'm going to update you soon about what's going on with the blog, but until that moment comes, I'm introducing a new, special series. Behold: the Work From Home Coffee Tour hashtag. AKA, what dreams are made of. My...

My Completely Realistic Goals for 2016

At this point in my life, I'm not interested in pressuring myself unnecessarily, which is what ends up happening when I create "resolutions." Unrealistic expectations aren't of interest to me and I'd rather not perpetuate them by half-heartedly committing to idealistic "goals" I will likely abandon in...