Three Ways to Celebrate Self-Improvement Month in September and Beyond!

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The month of September ushers in a new season. A time when we collectively say goodbye to blistering summer heat and welcome in the cool crisp air of Fall. During this time, nature and wildlife begin to prune and retreat as they brace for colder months. It is the simple act of assessing where they are and reviewing what they need to progress to the next season. The same is true for all of us as September is also, Self-improvement month. A time when we reflect on our preassigned personal goals to measure their success and realign our path towards it. But don’t worry; if you haven’t any outstanding 2022 resolutions or miscellaneous goals to compare, here are a few you can tackle through the end of the year, and best of all, your company may pay for it.

Personal Finances: Four Ways to Save Money While at Work

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

With our economy experiencing a season of inflation, it may feel a bit daunting each time you make a work-related purchase. But fear not! I’ve compiled a list of ways you may be able to reduce your work-related expenses and feel more financially at ease when you’re in the office.

Commutes Are Back and the Public Has Varying Opinions

In the time prior to March of 2020, commuting to work was an expected – and accepted – part of everyday life. At that time the average one-way commute in Washington, DC was around 30 minutes. Now, many who read this would wish their one-way daily commute was only 30 minutes.

7 Scariest Commutes in the World

A tough commute is par for the course in the Washington DC area. But there is a different between spending an extended amount of time in mind numbing traffic and a trip where you are literally risking your life.


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Goodwill career services are free to employ the unemployed.

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