Review: CareerRamblings.com

courtesy whatbettertime on flickr
(photo courtesy whatbettertime on flickr)

I haven’t done a review of a site in a while, so I figured I’d go ahead and do one. Note that this is not a paid review at all. It is, however, in return for a link from them back here. Either way, I always try to be sure I am giving honest feedback and doing any review for the benefit of you, the readers. If you think this review is off-topic, feel free to say so in the comments. I love any and all feedback.

Now that the disclaimers are out of the way, on to the review.

A few months ago, Ted, the guy who reads the entire internet, sent me a link to CareerRamblings.com. He wasn’t hinting at anything in particular. It was in reference to one of many great posts regarding workplace environments.

I immediately subscribed to the feed and have been watching Jane post relevant articles ever since. Specifically, this blog is about career development, and it’s great. Articles have to do with things like how to effectively work from home, debt help, creating a successful mindset, tips for new business owners, cover letters, resumes, interdepartmental relationship building, marketing yourself, and entrepreneurial tips. That’s quite the range, which is good considering careers are a difficult thing to consult.

Anyway, if you get the chance, head over and check out Jane’s blog. It’s a great resource, very positive, and might even give you enough life and career tips to motivate you towards change. Jane’s been a huge influence on my own entrepreneurial attempts in the past few months. I feel pretty confident her articles will be worth your time as well.

Oh, and if you’re interested in how I’m getting ideas on my Adsense tweaks, a bunch are also coming from Jane’s other blog, Jane May Blogs. I highly suggest reading it as well. It’s new, but I know it’s going to be a keeper.

[tags]entrepreneur, career, development, tips[/tags]

Nate Ritter lives in the Pacific Northwest (U.S.), popularized the #hashtag and creates web applications for a living. He also does miles and point hacking to enable cheap travel for his family. More here →

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