Posts By: Marie Well

Marie Well

I’m Marie Well, as in healthy well. At least, that’s my aim—to get well and make you well. We all have woes, from breakups to cancer to hoarder houses. I’m here to fix those woes—with tips mixed with my own tales.

Why read me? I’ve got a track record of fixin’ stuff. I’ve cured myself of anxiety. For a decade, I had anxiety attacks that struck almost daily. When not stricken, I’d write Voice articles, mostly on how to combat stress.

And then my world changed. One week went by with no attacks. A month. A year. Two years. And counting.

Now, I want to skyrocket our health—and bolster our creativity. After all, nothing soothes better than strokes of paint or tones of music or reps in a gym.

So, let’s get fit, creative, and well with Marie Well.

The Career Path – Self-Publishing

I’ve embarked on the journey to learn as much as I possibly can about making income online. After reading the book titled Get Rich Click by Marc Ostrofsky, I discovered a number of potential money-making outlets for students. I visited the physical sites of these resources and determined how invaluable they might be for earning… Read more »

The Career Path – Launch

With more reports saying that the idea of a life-long career is dead, it will be up to us when we graduate to develop our own forms of employment. So I recently read the book Launch by Jeff Walker, and, without question, it was an enticing read. Midway through the book, I was committed to… Read more »

The Career Path – Think & Grow Rich

With a copyright extending back to 1960, Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill proves to be an indelible, timeless source of wisdom. Drawing from influences that seem to include a mishmash of Hinduism, Fordism, and new age spirituality, the book also appears to be a predecessor of some of the ideation behind epic modern-day… Read more »

The Career Path – Questers Dare

Carole Kanchier, PhD, in her book Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life, challenges the myth that a nine-to-five job is typically unstimulating, boring, and repressive. As a psychologist and career expert, Kanchier’s (2014) brand is characterized by the desire to help people find meaningful, engaging, and passion-infused careers that go in sync with… Read more »

The Career Path – Start it Up

With all the hype about students? inability to land a position post-graduation, the question of whether to start an entrepreneurial initiative becomes tantamount to the question of whether to be unemployed or satisfied with an entry-level job. Surprisingly, the alternative of self-entrepreneurship is increasingly being touted as a viable option for mitigating some of the… Read more »

The Career Path – Five Steps to Rapid Employment

Leaving the security of an online education for a full-time career can be a daunting task, especially in today’s changing landscape. It’s a vapid approach to attempt to apply solely to online postings without a comprehensive strategy and an overwhelming time commitment. Jay A. Block, in his book titled 5 Steps to Rapid Employment, helps… Read more »

The Career Path

Finalizing your education and making the transition to a rewarding and fulfilling career is no easy task, but with the right preening, you are certain to land a position about which you are passionate. Alexandra Levit (2014) wrote a career guide specifically for people in their twenties, although the wisdom imbued in the pages applies… Read more »