It can be so easy to get caught up in the craziness of the holidays. Shopping, decorating, dinners with friends, weekends with family ... the list can go on and on. All of it can add up very quickly and wind up wiping out all of your energy at a time when you need it … Continue reading Put Yourself First This Holiday Season
My goal here at With Cheryl is to deliver consistent personal and professional development advice to you so we can all grow together. And, it's important to me that I'm always accomplishing that goal to the best of my abilities—which is why I'm asking for YOUR help today. You see, I'm hoping (and asking very … Continue reading With Cheryl Needs YOUR Help!
Check are some of my favorites podcasts, recipes, and more from the month of October (featuring a photo Disney World's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, where I spent my 1st Wedding Anniversary with my husband, Diego):
Conversations With Cheryl is the newest addition to With Cheryl and features interviews with different experts in their respective fields on topics that are important to YOU, including mindfulness, job searching, and more. Each series features interviews with 3 different experts and goes live on the last Monday over 3 months! In our second conversations on … Continue reading Conversations With Cheryl Job Search Series Part 2, Featuring Melanie Andersen
Have you ever read a book that made you feel like it was written just for you to read at that specific moment in time? My most recent read did just that and because of it, I need to tell you about the book Everything Is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo.
Last year, I shared my favorite apps, which included Pocket, Podcasts, Calm, DuoLingo, and Google Calendar. While 3 of those apps are still favorites of mine (Podcasts, Calm, and Google Calendar), I have 5 new apps I want to share with you today.
At the start of every month, I collect and review some of my favorite articles, podcasts, recipes, products, updates from With Cheryl, and more. Here are some of my favorites from the month of September (featuring a photo from the conference I attended, MogulX):
Today is the start of our second series on the JOB SEARCH process. And, we’ll be learning from Christina Townsend, who has more than seven years of experience interviewing for positions in Guest Service, Client Experience, and Human Resources. And, most recently is an interviewer for a Fortune 100 Entertainment company.
Last week, I was lucky enough to attend not just one, but two conferences here in NYC. The first was BlogHer Creators Summit and the second was MogulX. I attended both of these conferences last year as well, so I was excited and prepared to walk away feeling inspired and prepared with new ideas and tips for success. But what I didn’t see coming was the big picture lesson I learned about life...
We live in a world where instant gratification is the norm, so it's no wonder why patience seems like not just a foreign concept, but an unrealistic one.I mean, we can have dinner delivered from an app in 30 minutes, we can order groceries and have them at our door the next day, and can update all of our friends, family, and high school classmates we don't care about in seconds on social media. How could we not expect everything to be hand-delivered to us in a matter of minutes? We need adjust our thinking and practice patience—and that's exactly what I'm helping you with today.