Welcome to another Go-Getting Gal interview. I am not sure if Emma Lewis is my spirit animal or the woman I dream of being in 10 years time… or a bit of Column A and a bit of Column B. Emma is focussed, driven, a little bit Aussie bogan, hard working, honest and a god damn go-getter! In short, Emma is my type of gal. If you enjoy a no bullsh*t interviewv from the Queen of no bullsh*t, put your reading glasses on.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected so so many of us in many different ways all around the world. Many people have had to uproot their living situations in order to move closer to family members in need of assistance, some have had to move due to change in or lack of work, or others might need to move to a more COVID-affordable accommodation. No matter the reason for your relocation, here is a list of tips to assist with moving homes during the pandemic.
At the start of your career, anything and everything seems properly. You graduated from university fully convinced that you were going to change the world. But upon tossing your mortar board in the air and removing your graduation gown you hit the ground with a bump. You came to realise just how cut throat and competitive the job market was. You saw how many companies were looking for hours upon hours of unpaid work in the name of “experience”. You saw how difficult it was to even get noticed for an internship, let alone a paying job. Nonetheless, the bills kept coming. And you wanted to show the world that you were ready to be independent and self-sufficient.
Money isn’t everything, but most of us like the idea of having some extra money in our bank accounts. One way to have more money is to cut your expenses, but boosting your earnings is also smart. If you’re thinking of how to raise your earning potential, you can explore a number of steps that will help you look better to employers.
When it comes to our career choices, we usually fall down one of two paths: doing something we love for less salary or doing something we dislike for a higher one. What you pick generally depends on your financial situation. For instance, if you have a family to take care of then bearing with a higher-paying but boring job is usually better. However, if you have more financial freedom then it’s very common to pick a job that you enjoy even if it pays less.