Job Seeker.

Looking for new career opportunities is not fun! It can feel like a daunting task and a limbo of uncertainty. How do you process being in-between jobs or being in a transitional place within your career? I personally hate the feeling of continuously having to put myself out there for work. In this blog post,Continue reading “Job Seeker.”

Why Diversity For Me.

I look back at my younger self and my first day of school. It was the late 80’s; I started kindergarten in Dallas, Texas. Our teacher is doing a standard name call after recess to ensure all the children are accounted for; she gets to my name and says my name wrong. Unfortunately, at fiveContinue reading “Why Diversity For Me.”

Work Burnout.

Have you been feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, or drained from work lately? Dreaming about an island destination? You are possibly on a brink of burnout. Life has been unconventional these last two years and we’ve all had to endure more than our regular work scope. In this new blog post, I’ll be providing some strategies toContinue reading “Work Burnout.”

Networking is your net-worth.

The love-hate relationship with networking is real! We have all heard the phrase “Your network is your net-worth”, but how many of us really believe this? The ability to be vulnerable for the sole purpose of seeking connections can be nerve racking. Networking is essential to your career development, and the sooner you learn thisContinue reading “Networking is your net-worth.”

My Education Journey.

As I’m still new to this hemisphere of blogging, I just thought I’d share my level of gratitude for those who have stopped by. I briefly mentioned on my last post that I wanted to touch-base on my education journey in regards to completing my degree after high school. To be honest, I had aContinue reading “My Education Journey.”

Welcome.

Hello All! Welcome to my long-awaited blog. By, long awaited, I mean this has been on my to-do list for quite some time. Let me start by telling you a bit about myself. My first name is Yasimin and my Mother gave me the middle name Abir. I was born in Saudi Arabia, but familyContinue reading “Welcome.”