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Do you know what I do when I’m bored at a holiday party? I eat Christmas cookies. Luckily, I haven’t been to many holiday parties this year. The time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is a really easy time to let yourself go. You’re going to get back on the wagon at the beginning of the New Year, so why not enjoy life a little more than usual? There’s nothing wrong with enjoying the holidays, but letting go of important things like health (or your job search) is only going to make it harder for you to succeed when you decide it’s time to get serious. Why not enjoy life in a healthy, productive way? That’s what Well+Good is about. They’re a New York, NY based company/website that was started by two journalists “to answer all the questions [their] friends, friends of friends, and perfect strangers wanted to know about health, beauty, fitness, and well-being, as soon as they found out what [they] did for a living.” Their content is about enjoying life without letting go.
Well+Good separates their content into five areas: Sweat, Looks, Escapes, Advice, and Food. The site is pretty clearly targeted towards women in New York City, and the business model seems to be mainly focused on advertising. There’s not much more to say. Check out the content, and if it’s the kind of stuff that you like to read, take a look at Well+Good’s Careers page. Right now they’re looking for an Operations Assistant, and the position looks like a perfect fit for a new or recent grad.
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