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Three Apps for Businesses Beginning to Navigate Social Media

By: Rheanna Bernard Social media can be a tricky beast, especially if you are business just trying to keep up with it. There always seems to be something new to learn, and if you’re trying to expand your customer base or find where your customers are going, moving on to the next big thing might

Exciting LinkedIn News by MJ Boice

In partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense Spouse Education and Career Opportunities program (MSEP), LinkedIn announced today that beginning in July, they will be giving a FREE one year premium job-seeker subscription to military spouses during each PCS! This includes the final transition from military service as well. In addition to a premium job-seeker

Not Just Another Milspouse Conference

Thank you to NMSN member, MJ Boice for sharing her biggest takeaways from the 2016 Military Spouse Career Summit…. When career professionals attend a professional development conference of any sort, we typically expect to see the usual suspects and activities. Networking events, resume workshops and key note speakers are the staples that we all come

17 Tax Deductions for Freelancers

As the old adage goes, “Work smarter, not harder”. Before increasing your workload, make sure you’ve maximized your income by keeping track of your deductible expenses – to lower your taxes. Many freelancers like you know about common tax deductions like business travel and meals, but there are many other deductions,often overlooked, that can save

Assess Your Achievements and Update Your Resume

The first step to goal setting is to assess where you are. What are you most proud of this past year both personally and professionally? Did you take on any additional responsibility this year? How did you take initiative in your job? Have you learned any new skills? Did you earn any certifications or licenses?

In Prepping for the Year Ahead, Don’t Forget to Look Back!

It’s a new year so it’s a great time to reflect on last year’s accomplishments and whether you met your goals or not. It’s easy to lament the missed targets, the stagnant revenue, or other challenges but it’s also dangerous to rest on your laurels and think everything is going great so there is no

Don’t Get Overwhelmed!

The key to achieving big picture goals lies in the development and accomplishment of smaller, work horse goals along the way. For example, let’s say you want to land a new and improved job in 2016. That’s a big picture goal. To reach it, you need to accomplish little picture or “supporting role” goals in

Spend Less Money While Looking Good

Many people make a New Year’s resolution to spend less money. One way to do that is take care of what you already have so that you don’t need to replace items. For clothing this is very simple. Treat your clothes like dear old friends. Do not throw your clothes on the floor; fold them or hang