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  Image via Unsplash As we approach the end of the year, it's natural to take stock of our job situation and think about what  we might want to change in 2019. Career oriented New Year’s resolutions are some of the most  important and impactful changes you have it in your power to make. Perhaps you realise that your  current job isn't making you happy and you don't feel fulfilled. It could be that you know a   different career path would be more suited to your skill set and have the potential to make you happier.  Or it could be the year you want to take things up a level and finally secure that promotion. Only you  can make it happen by defining those goals and making a plan to move towards them… Retrain For What You Love Many people realise that they have chosen the wrong path, but just because you are currently in a job  that isn't making the most of what you have to offer, doesn't mean you have to stay that way. Retraining  could be you

Finding New Hobbies after 50

Hobbies are creative outlets and special ways to find new people in life. In fact, a life without hobbies  can become boring, especially when you reach a certain age. This is why you must have a “set” of  hobbies that can keep you occupied. So, how can an adult find a new interest or hobby? Are you  wondering if finding a new hobby is easy? If these are questions puzzling your mind, sit back, relax  and read on! The Pre-Requisites in Choosing a new Hobby In general, hobbies are activities you can do for fun! These are activities you must not expect payment  for. Instead, they must be activities that can help you connect with others and decompress. A lot of  people believe that watching television and tweeting are their only leisure activities. Well, this is a big  shame! Hobbies go beyond the television and social media network. It could be anything like collecting  stamps, climbing mountains, and painting. These are hobbies with true benefits.  Understand its Impo

Getting Your Confidence Back After Childbirth

Many of us struggle with confidence at some time in our lives. Even those of us that have previously  had high self-esteem and appear from the outside to be successful, strong and powerful, don’t always  feel that way. Many things can affect your confidence. Small issues like a poor performance review at  work or receiving criticism can give it an unwelcome knock. But, it’s more significant issues, like the  breakdown of a relationship that can have the most adverse effects. Many women find that their  confidence takes a massive kick following childbirth. They should feel more powerful and fantastic than ever. They’ve just made a person, what could be  better? But it can lead to nothing but overwhelm and negativity. New mothers often feel as though  they’ve lost their sense of self. The can feel as though they don’t know what they are doing, that  nothing is going right, and they are unable to cope. Even after the newborn period has passed,  returning to work or attemptin

Choosing the Right Shoes for Your Baby

Babies are adorable. Baby shoes are adorable. All things baby are, let’s face it, adorable. However,  not all baby shoes are the same, so you need to know which ones are the best so that your baby will  be comfortable and look cute. After some trial and error, you’ll find what works for you, but there are some things to keep in mind  when shopping. If they’re hard to put on or too heavy, your baby won’t want to wear them because he  can’t walk in them and they don’t feel right. Bobux shoes offer comfort and style for your baby, and they have a great line of shoes that promote  healthy foot development. Backed by research based on how your baby’s feet will grow, they offer  shoes that won’t impede growth and will protect them through their toddler years. Weight Baby shoes should not be heavy. If the shoes are too heavy, your baby can’t walk, and she won’t enjoy  wearing them. If you start your baby wearing shoes at a young age, you need to allow her to get used

Four Signs It's Time For A Career Change

There isn't a single one of us who hasn't felt a touch of the blues as another weekend draws to a close and Monday  morning looks, or found ourselves sat at our desks dreaming of being on a desert island instead or counting down  the minutes until a painfully slow meeting ends. Feeling frustrated occasionally is all a part of working life. Despite  the constant lesson we've been told from childhood that if we do what we love, it won't feel like work, the truth is  that you're paid to deal with situations that you'd sometimes rather not- that's why it's called work and not a hobby!  But how do you tell the difference between that, and a completely unfulfilling career that you need to take steps to  change? When do a few bad days turn into a reason to start looking for your next move? These signs may show  you the way.. Picture licenced under Creative Commons. You Feel Undervalued Pouring blood, sweat and tears into your work only to h