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Crisp Air

This time of year, the air changes from summer’s boggy humidity to crisp and clear. It is a refreshing reminder that new things are on the way.

Instead of worrying about obstacles you may encounter during your career transition, remember to breathe. It is so important to allow yourself some time to take it all in. 

Embrace the changes as they come and look forward to finding the career of your dreams!

Pumpkin Seeds

Yum, and more yum.  Who doesn't love roasted pumpkin seeds?  I just bought a pumpkin and can't wait to work hard at carving, creating, and digging out the seeds.
Sometimes you also have to dig in to get the seeds of your career search. Check out some of my previous blogs for tips on getting started, staying motivated, and taking time to enjoy yourself.

Colorful Leaves

One of the reasons fall is my favorite season is because of the beautiful foliage decorating the landscapes. There are gorgeous shades of yellows, reds, and oranges… so many colors all around!
Let them inspire you to use your color and stand out, whatever your transition. Whether you are just beginning your job search, you have interviews lined up or have landed your new job, let yourself shine. 

Transitions don’t have to be dull!

Fall Activities

There are many fall festivals and activities going on right now- visiting the pumpkin patch, picking apples, going on hay rides, and more. It can be so much fun to join in and you never know what you’ll see or who you’ll meet.
Get out there and enjoy, but also see if there are open houses at universities, industry related social gatherings, and other networking opportunites. After you have made some new contacts, you’ll want to follow up. Here's a great article on how to write networking emails>>