Using Bundled Offers to Increase Poshmark Sales

I joined Poshmark in 2013. Over time, the platform has evolved, and so has the seller's strategies in remaining successful. In the past, we listed, shared and followed easily. There weren't any options to bundle, send offers, or message on a private bundle. Yet, the sales were there and occurred nearly on a daily basis. … Continue reading Using Bundled Offers to Increase Poshmark Sales

2019 Reflections

Everyone does it, but this is something that I've done for years. I remember distinctly sitting on the couch in my elementary school years, writing in my pink My Melody secret diary. It was New Years Eve, and I told myself that I would always remember what I did in the year, what I learned … Continue reading 2019 Reflections

Reseller Sourcing: B&G Trading Review

This review was written without any compensation from B&G Trading. All items were paid in full at time of purchase. As a reseller, I’m always looking for creative ways to build my inventory. My closet is a mixture; it contains things that I personally owned, items that were donated to me, and items that were … Continue reading Reseller Sourcing: B&G Trading Review

A Farewell to Sensei

I looked up and down the boards, hoping that something would call to me. I had very little job experience, but I knew that I needed something more stable, more fulfilling to do, while I continued my studies. I wanted something different, something that would teach me valuable skills and obviously, something that helped pay … Continue reading A Farewell to Sensei

5 Tips for Job Hunting

At the beginning of the year, I found myself in what seemed like a terrible career disaster. After over a decade of working for my employer, my position (along with many others) was eliminated. Just like that, I was unemployed. As much as we all hate to be in position, I learned a lot of … Continue reading 5 Tips for Job Hunting

Five Tips for Effective Networking

Ok, let's be honest. Who really loves networking ? At first glance, there's so many things about it that make it uncomfortable:  You're putting yourself out there, so there's a sense of vulnerability. Approaching complete strangers. Enough said. Attempting to sound interesting enough to make a meaningful connection and maintain it. The energy. No one … Continue reading Five Tips for Effective Networking

The Lonely Night

Things wind down, and I eventually begin my evening routine. It's without much purpose, without any preparation for the next day. There aren't a list of things planned for the next day. In fact, every day feels like a Saturday. It's dark. It's generally quiet - only the sounds of my husband and son sleeping … Continue reading The Lonely Night

An Unexpected Ending

The day began like many others: a flurry of emails, inquiries to respond to, reports and issues to troubleshoot. I had planned to work on the prep for some large upcoming projects. I was sure to make headway on a lot of pending tasks. Then, mid afternoon, I went to a meeting. The next thing … Continue reading An Unexpected Ending

Travel Diaries: Another First

I don't travel all too often to work.  Last year, budgets were revised, and I was on maternity leave when some of them came up. Business trips just weren't a part of the plan that year. Once I returned to work. I didn't have any issues with it.  It meant that I didn't have to … Continue reading Travel Diaries: Another First

Transitioning To a Working Mommy

No matter how long you've been on maternity leave, coming back to work is tough. There are so many changes involved with pregnancy and motherhood. Transition to the workplace doesn't make that easier. Factor in PPD / PPA and you've got a LOT going on. There are so many changes mentally and hormonal to deal … Continue reading Transitioning To a Working Mommy