Month: September 2020

flat to rent in London

The Complete Guide to Finding a Flat to Rent in London from Abroad (that isn’t Insanely Expensive!)

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Finding a flat to rent in London is notoriously a bit of a nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be. Read on for my complete guide for finding a flat in London when moving from abroad. Figure Out Where You Want to Rent a Flat in London First of all, …

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How to pay off your student loans

How to Pay Off Your Student Loans (U.S.): How I Paid Off $72,000 in 3.5 Years (And You Can Too!)

Got a huge chunk of U.S. student debt and wondering how the heck to pay off your student loans? I hear you. When I was finishing college and deciding whether or not to do my master’s degree (which I’m so glad I did end up doing, for the record, even though I had to fund …

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career goals

Career Goals: Why You Need Them + How to Succeed (with Science!)

I am a big believer in setting career goals and other types of goals. I personally recommend setting goals around your career / education, personal finance, health and fitness (mental and physical), your general contribution to the world, and relationships. However, today, we’re going to talk about career goals. I 100% got to where I …

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Vegan Dinner Ideas

Easy Vegan Dinner Ideas: Walnut “Meat” Tacos in the Microwave

Like most people, I love tacos, and they’re one of my go-to’s when iI’m out of vegan dinner ideas. I equally love how many different ways there are to veganize them! These ones are made from walnut “meat”—they’re high protein, packed with vegetables and, as usual, can be made completely in the microwave. They’re perfect …

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career advice for young professionals

Work-life Balance: How to Get Used to Working 60+ Hours per Week

So, you’ve got your first grad job and, suddenly, you’re expected to work 60, 70, even 100+ hours a week. I found myself in a similar situation when I finished my master’s degree and struggled initially to find a good work-life balance. I had always prided myself on being an efficient worker, so working in …

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