It’s that time of year! The mornings are darker but the evenings last forever. The weather is no longer deathly crisp. The sun can kiss our skin and we are putting barbeques on our calendars.
I hope that everyone had a beautiful Easter and is excited to jump into this next season of the year. So munch on the remains of that chocolate bunny and sip that coffee. You are breakfasting like a champ.
Now it’s time to get ourselves in gear to look like the spring angels we want to be!
Easter is a wonderful holiday. Even if the holiday has no religious significance for you, it is a time when chocolate animals dominate grocery store shelves and we are all encouraged to do a fun little art project, otherwise known as dying eggs.
And yet, the holiday is not quite the same when it is no longer accompanied by a fight-to-the-death egg hunt and candy provided by your parents.
Easter can be an amazing holiday, even if you are going solo this year in your grown-up apartment or celebrating for the first time with friends and significant others, rather than family.
Read on to learn more about how to celebrate the bunny as a grown-up person.
Spring is officially here! And that means that warmer weather and hot summer days are just around the corner. If you are in the South or Hawaii, you are probably already experiencing beach-worthy weather.
Here is Jacksonville, we are enjoying delightfully warm 80-something days with still-frigid ocean water.
Last week was our first beach trip of the season. It was a warm and gorgeous day, but whilst reading Philippa Gregory novels from a beach chair I was struck with how much I didn’t want to make the walk back to the car.
Although there were only two of us enjoying the beach day (along with all of the FSU beach bros on Spring Break, debating the merits of various protein powders while they played beach beer pong, sipping *lemonade* out of neon yellow Solo cups), we were rocking the beach equipment of a family of six:
One of the fastest way to eliminate yourself from a prospective job is to have a poorly written resume. Your experience may be incredible, but nothing distracts from a solid resume faster than copy editing and formatting mistakes.
Here at 810 Showroom, we want everyone to live their best life. This includes killing it in the job sphere. And as many people get closer and closer to their graduation date, this post feels more topical than ever.
Read on for ways to make sure that your resume is looking as fierce as you are.
It is one thing to not get a job because of a lack of experience. It is another thing entirely to knock yourself out of the running with a bad resume.