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The Creative Path to Personal Fulfillment

The Creative Path to Personal Fulfillment–my first guest post at Career Avoidance 101, a great place for everything you need to know to embark on an awesome career search– highly recommended!

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Labels are for Packages, not People

My guest today is Rebecca Fraser-Thill from Career Avoidance 101. Currently a psychology professor at Bates College, a mother, a spouse, a writer, and a great source of inspiration for many twenty-something year olds, myself included! I’m very honored to share: On The Cusp By: Rebecca Fraser-Thill The current mystery of my life is whether […]

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Your Birthdate: A Guiding Compass to Your Calling

  “ Whatever is born or done at this moment, has the qualities of this moment of time” – Carl Jung, philosopher and psychoanalyst    During college I changed majors multiple times, I went from pharmacy to psychology to finally settling on writing and rhetoric. I had no idea what career I would pursue with […]

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