Our Gift to You: Read, Watch, Listen- Winter Break Edition

‘Tis the season to catch up on your Netflix and cross some books off your ever-growing Must Read list.

The Center for Career Education wants to give you the gift of ways to take advantage of your downtime with some Read, Watch, Listen, suggestions for your New Year!

Read: For the trendy brainy bookworm

With New Year’s resolutions just around the corner, learn how to do a life audit by blogger Elana Lyn. While you’re trying to have it all, New York Magazine’s “The Cut” is here to help you determine just how much you should care about your job.  And make sure to remember the importance of self-compassion and self-care this holiday season.

Watch: Because sometimes you don’t want to read anything else…

Philosopher and TED presenter, Alain de Botton is here to remind us to embrace a kinder philosophy of success as we start looking ahead into the New Year. Also, as you think about making choices for the months to come, remember Oprah’s advice that there are no mistakes.

Listen: When you need shake off that holiday malaise

We know it can be hard to get back into the zone after the holidays. Inspire yourself to get started by picturing yourself interning at UNESCO, HBO, NBC, Adidas (the list goes on and on) and learning just how industry giants got started. Finally, come back from break ready to get to work with this article from The Muse on five commencement speeches to “[overcome] doubt, fear, hardship, and [tackle] the working world with confidence.”  

We hope you all have a wonderful holiday!

-Center for Career Education