• How to Cope with a Job You Hate

    At some point, all of us have experienced the misery of working on a job that sapped us of all the joy in the world. It’s not the greatest feeling, especially if you want so much to quit but you cannot because of the realities of life. However, the good news is that you can survive a job that you hate and make the best out of a bad situation. Vent as Often as Possible  There’s no quicker way to feel better than having a nice, long scream, only not in the office or in public. You can do it inside your car, inside the elevator, or any place where…

  • Useful Apps and Tools for Freelancers

    As a freelancer, you must invest in the right tools that can help you run your freelance business smoothly and efficiently. There are many available apps and online tools that you can use for free, and there are also apps that you have to buy to be able to use. Here are six of the most useful tools that you can start using to make your work easier and more organized. Dropbox  Back up important files and your portfolio safely without having to use up your device’s internal memory and without the need to purchase expensive external hard drives. Simply use Dropbox‘s cloud-based storage with no hassle. Just set up…

  • Ways to be a Proactive Advocate of EdTech

    When used appropriately, technology can greatly assist in preparing students for their life beyond K-12 education. Despite the claims that investing in education technology is expensive or the fact that there is a growing frequency of problems regarding the social media use of young students, education technology truly creates an impact on the lives of students every day if properly used. If you are a teacher in a school where education technology is seen in a bad light, there are some things that you can do to be a proactive advocate of EdTech. We have listed a few ways through which you can be a proactive advocate of EdTech below.…

  • Explaining the Pitfalls of Renting to Your Clients

    There is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to the big question, “Should I rent or buy a home?” The battle between homeownership and renting has long been a dilemma for many. As a real estate agent, explaining the pitfalls of renting to your clients can be a challenge. If you sell homes and real property, here’s how to convince your clients to buy a home instead of renting one: Use Pros and Cons A lot of people may have negative feelings about buying a home. For a few of them, the thought of buying makes them feel trapped, stressed, and financially troubled. Why? Because, come to think of it, buying…

  • Great Apps that will Boost your Productivity

    Thanks to technology, there are now apps available that can ensure you are working productively while helping you concentrate or effectively combat boredom or burnout. People swear by these apps and how much they have made work so much easier and more enjoyable. Here are five of them. Wunderlist If you love to make lists and feel a sense of accomplishment every time you complete or tick off an item, Wunderlist can be your new best friend. Wanderlist is a no-nonsense note-taking application that you can access across all of your devices for free. Not only is it simple and straightforward; it can also do a whole bunch of other stuff…