No matter how many well-meaning phrases people share after a workplace mess-up, we still want the office floor to open and swallow us whole. While our
instinct may be to hide our heads in the sand, doing the opposite may be what’s best for our careers long term.
Nearly every aspect of our personal and professional lives has been turned upside down with the impact of COVID-19. Many of us are still working from home,
and those who are in offices are wearing masks and staying six feet apart in meetings and elevators. Events and activities have been canceled, creating
a communication crisis mode for both small and large businesses who depend on social media to inform and entertain their customer base.
So, what do you talk about when there’s nothing to talk about?
As many of us began working from home as a result of area “safer at home” directives, some women are leaning into the freelance market as a more long-term
option. If you do make the decision to be your own boss, it’s then time to navigate the waters of the day-to-day, especially landing on a system of