Starting a new internship can be equal parts exciting and terrifying. On one hand, you have an opportunity to learn new skills and add to your resume but on the other hand you might have a terrible boss, your coworkers may hate you and you might forget your lunch on the first day. It’s said a good internship is hard to find but we have some tips to help dip your toe into the freezing waters of a new company. Continue reading “Interns: How to Make a Smooth Transition Into a New Company”
It’s summer time which usually equates to traveling time. The kids are out of school. Make a list of things that you absolutely need. Less is always more especially since most people usually come back with more than you left with in the beginning. You don’t need more than one jacket or too many cotton clothes those are easy ways to fill up your suitcase space. Follow these 3 simple tips to make your next packing experience organized and easy.
- Roll don’t fold
- Utilize Ziploc bags
- Stick to essentials (seriously)
The “roll don’t fold” method is pretty common nowadays in terms of packing. It’s pretty simple, roll your clothes instead of the standard folding. Rolling allows for you to minimize the space your clothes take up in your suitcase. Rolling can also help you organize better. Many avid packers roll their clothes into outfits for specific days. So, 5 rolled outfits for a 5-day trip it’s as simple as that. Continue reading “3 Purposeful Packing Tips”