I like to make my ‘holiday’ post relevant to the season.   So, in the midst of my own health issues,  the resulting work issues and multiple other demands this time of year,  I’ve been thinking on what to write about.

I decided that it’s enough with the posts filled with reflection and questions.  Enough of my own or my clients’ challenges.   Let’s talk concrete and actionable.

Hot off the press (not really since it’s Kindle) is  New Year, New Job:  101 Top Tips handbook for your Job Search.

Chock-full  (don’t you love those old-fashioned phrases you never hear anymore– showing my age, aren’t I?)  with solid  ideas from Job Hunt Experts  on how to spend YOUR time during what’s traditionally considered the ‘slow days’ of Holiday Season.

And just in case you thought people with chronic health conditions might not relate, there’s one from me in here, too.

Happy reading.  And I’m wishing you the best possible health, strength and job satisfaction  in the New Year.


3 Responses to “New Year and a New Job?”  

  1. 1 Karen

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