If you’re anything like me when it comes to searching for a place to live, you’ve probably spent too much time looking on Craigslist, cried at least once, and gone to bed every night wondering if you know what you’re doing.
(Or maybe you’re not like me and just clicked over to this post because you want a solid process to help you find your next place to live – no shame in that).
After four moves in just a few years, I developed a process which has helped the whole “searching for a new place to live” thing feel far less overwhelming. I’m excited to share it with you today - my hope is that it gives you some confidence and helps you find exactly what you’re looking for.
Are you ready to start?
Step One: Set Your Budget
Figure out what you’d be willing to pay in rent each month. Mint.com has a great blog post on how to do this (https://blog.mint.com/housing/how-much-should-you-spend-on-rent/), but the bottom...
We were scrolling through old photos on our phone and my friend started laughing when she came across her “first day of work” selfie.
“I can’t believe I wore a crop top – I had no idea that wasn’t appropriate for work,” she laughed.
The photo below isn’t her, but it’s not far off from what she was wearing:
Photo Credit: Timur Emek/Getty Images
(I mean, it is sexy…)
But is an outfit like this your best chance at a good first impression for a job interview or your first day or two of work?
So, what should you wear instead?
Read on, sister – today’s blog post is just for you.
Let’s start with how to dress for a job interview.
If you’re interviewing for a job in a more “traditional” industry (finance, law, medicine) – opt for a suit or a dress with a blazer.
Avoid mini skirts, low cut tops or crop-tops, sweatpants, overly bright colors, and stilettos or sneakers....
I'd love to pop in your inbox from time to time with genuine notes and helpful tips--and maybe a few gifs--to encourage you as you figure out all that non-sexy but essential life stuff.
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