Whether you are in a work meeting or catching up with friends for a quick Friday night drink, stylish necklines are in focus.
And while French women bring many stylish elements to their outfits, one thing they do really well are necklines.
So I thought it timely to share what I’ve learned about stylish necklines from years of studying French women
I’m working with a fabulous new coach and she asked me to name three women who are inspiring me right now. And the kicker was, I had to explain why. I knew intuitively that she wanted me to stretch to people that I perceive to be achieving things I aspire to bring into my own life. And while I could name three people easily, I was keen to see if there were any commonality across these women that might give me insight into what I want next in my own life.
The job you should do next, should be the one that uses your existing skills and fills a gap in your resume. A job that helps you take another step in building a career and has elements that you really enjoy. It really does pay to think about the skills you’ll need to build a long, sustainable and successful career. Keep reading to learn how to find that role.
Career women everywhere – whether they happen to be partnered, single, with children or without, working full-time or flexi-hours – can find themselves in a space where they are completely consumed by their day job.
And when it gets to this point, it can be hard to see a way out. But there are some things you can do to help put more life into your life. Here are my top three tips.
While we don’t always default to it, there are so many benefits of saying yes. In this post, I thought I’d my perspective on three of them. And at the same time, hopefully inspire you to think about where you might be able say yes more often in your own life.
How do you feel about visibility and technology? Chances are if you are reading this you probably don’t like seeing yourself in photos or on video. And if so, you are not alone. A great many women – and men for that matter – squirm over the idea of allowing themselves to be visible in the technology space. But it doesn’t have to be like this – you can learn to become more comfortable.
Unfortunately, there can be times when we find ourselves walking through a tough season in our working lives. A time where we’re left wondering what to do next. Perhaps you’ve been demoted. Or found yourself the victim of bullying or harassment. Or you’ve had a business or project fail spectacularly. These circumstances shake your confidence to the core. And they require real intention and strategies as you work to get yourself back in a more self assured footing.
I’ve written before about the important link between style and confidence. However, in corporate office environments, the dress code can make it hard for you to feel either chic or confident. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Here are my top five tips to help you break through the restrictions and bring your personality to the clothes you wear 9 to 5.
A few weeks ago, I found myself thinking the words – ‘Things are feeling hard’. I’d been travelling interstate for my day job. And by extension, that means big presentations and long days. But at the end of that week, I showed up for something that is really important to me. Here’s how I did it.