Resume Swag—5 Do’s and Don’ts

Resume Swag—5 Do’s and Don’ts Submitted by Jennifer Free—Murrysville Chapter The one thing that can easily discourage a job seeker is that little ticker at the bottom of job board postings: “215 people have already applied for this job.” Nothing takes the wind out of your job hunting sails faster than that. By employing these […]

TSA Pre-Check or Global Entry—What’s the Difference?

TSA Pre-Check or Global Entry—What’s the Difference? Submitted by: Jo Luncher (Monroeville Chapter) Whether you need TSA Pre-Check or Global Entry is determined by your travel needs. Both are Trusted Traveler Programs run by the Department of Homeland Security. Qualified participants receive a Known Traveler Number, which is also beneficial for someone who frequently crosses […]

Time Management Tip

TIME MANAGEMENT TIP Submitted by Rebecca Polachek Wanovich—South Hills Chapter Do you feel that there’s not enough time in the day to get everything done, while you notice that others around you are achieving significant levels of success with the same amount of time? A time management problem is likely at play. Think of TIME […]

Could Your 4” Heels Be Hazardous to Your Health?

By Denise Fahrion (Collective Balance) —Criders Corners Chapter Have you ever thought about how effortlessly you walk across a room? Did you know that your body has to shift its center of gravity to one side while briefly balancing on one leg as it swings the other leg? This lateral shift happens with a combination […]

Building on Your Financial Foundation

Setting investment goals Setting goals is an important part of financial planning. Before you invest your money, you should spend some time considering and setting your personal goals. For example, do you want to retire early? Would you like to start your own business soon? Do you need to pay for a child’s college education? […]