Our Blog

Launch Your Career: 3 Steps to Fuel Your Professional Journey!

By: Genesis Moreno Finding the perfect career match is a lot like believing in soul mates: it sounds too good to be true, inspiration most likely came from a Disney movie, and when the opportunity does arise, it’s likely a hit or miss. But even if you want to orbit the earth or be the […]

Infographic: Say ‘No’ to Student Loan Refinancing!

It’s likely you’ve been targeted by private companies encouraging you to refinance your student loans. We’re here to tell you: DON’T DO IT! Beware of the consequences. Student loan servicers like Navient/SallieMae, Earnest & Sofi claim to offer the “best” solutions to your student loan debt. But is private refinance really in your best interest? The CONS […]

Business Etiquette Isn’t What It Used to Be

In the 1920’s, it was common to stand up as a courtesy when a woman entered a conference room, but business etiquette has entered a whole new era where social pleasantries aren’t based on gender, age, or race anymore. Yay progress! As technology becomes more accessible, business begins to permeate the world stage. It’s our […]

Boost your Productivity with Neuroscience

There are more cells in the brain than stars in our visible galaxy, yet the brain is a mystery we’re barely beginning to unravel. Understanding how the mind influences our reactions, relationships, and emotions can boost our awareness and productivity. Where do Emotions Come From? Your perception including your sense of self, habits, behaviors, and […]

Emotional Intelligence: How Our Mind Really Works

Emotions are contagious and having a deeper understanding on how they work can help you develop your Emotional Intelligence (EI). What is Emotional Intelligence (EI)? Emotional Intelligence, a theory developed in the 90s by psychologists, John Mayer and Peter Salovey, defines the fundamental keystones that help us develop our understanding of how our emotions affect […]

Nutrition: The Benefits of Food Combining

Is gastric distress a common symptom of eating or is there something seriously wrong about our food choices? The fact is, according to a commonly quoted statistic, Americans spend more than $700 million dollars a year on laxatives and antacids to aid in digestion. Talk about butterflies in your stomach! If you’re looking for a […]

The Circle of Giving: How an Act of Kindness makes a Difference

Updated: February 4, 2020 As the saying goes “sharing is caring”, and it was sure nice to find out how our donation to The University Phoenix’s Alumni Association contributed to an inspirational person, Michelle Turnbow’s dedication to care where it mattered most. “I was just thinking how nice it would be to donate to the […]

Is your Student Loan Debt holding you back from going Back to School?

By: Genesis Moreno “What do you want to be when you grow up?” was the single most definitive question I was asked in 3rd grade. Anything from official food taster to Olympian were up for grabs, but among the chorus of rowdy responses were the kids with their hands raised patiently, waiting to be called […]