Happy Friday, everyone! You know what that means… another round up of our favorite work-themed blog posts this week.
The Working Mom’s Devotional
A great new series by Susan DiMickele, who as some of you may remember, helped us with our online book club. Each week, Susan will tackle a new question. Today’s question is: do working moms have more guilt?
Around the Blogosphere
- Work-Appropriate Up-Dos – If you’re stuck in a hairstyle rut, check out this post by Corporette. It includes a how-to video!
- Building a New Wardrobe on a Dime – So you just landed your first job… and now you have to buy the clothes to go with it. Here’s how to dress well without breaking your bank.
- Learning from Tim Tebow – One Her.meneutics bloggers’ reaction to the new pop culture phenomenon known as “Tebowing.”
- What to Do with Your Hands When Speaking – Do you choreograph gestures? Do you wing it? Jerry Weissman, writing for the Harvard Business Review, weighs in.
- How to Write a Thank You That Matters – Thank you notes are something of a lost art. This article from Inc. offers five quick tips for writing great ones.
- Making the Most of Under-employment – So you lost a job, haven’t found a job, or are only working part-time. RELEVANT Magazine offers tips for how to make the most of this time.
- How to Establish Friendly Relationships at Work – Because sometimes getting to know your new co-workers can be just as daunting as the job interview was.
Monday: Diane will give us her thoughts on a Tim Keller quote that “marriage is two flawed people coming together to create a space of stability, love and consolation.”
Wednesday: We interview Pippa Hill, a 4word woman from London, about learning to balance life as a lawyer with life as a wife.