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Tune Into The Right Time To Quit Your Job

New research has found that nearly half of British workers aged 16 to 34 have considered quitting their job in the last three months. This week, Alice contributed towards Grazia's Life Skills section with a piece helping readers to consider when might be the right time to quit their job.

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10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Setting a New Year’s Resolution

After years of failed New Years resolutions, we're less concerned about what we should resolve to do in 2019, and more whether we should bother setting any. It can sometimes feel like a futile pursuit, only setting us up to feel guilty mid-June when we can't even remember what we wanted when we got sucked into the 'New Year, New Me' Instagram posts. That's why Grazia spoke to Alice about how to set realistic resolutions, and what we should be asking ourselves when we make them.

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7 Ways To Stop Work Ruining Your Wellbeing

Thanks to our 24/7 digital world, it’s rare to find a job that neatly fits into the 9-5 window. Whether it’s answering emails on our morning commute or updating social media from the sofa, having a smartphone in our pocket means we’re often expected to be available round the clock. Alice provided tips and advice for this piece in Grazia on how to nail a healthy work-life balance.

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I first contacted Alice at a time when I was feeling very low about my work and desperate to make a change. Alice listened closely to my needs and tailored our sessions to the specific challenges I was facing. She was quick to follow up after our sessions, to reflect on what I’d said, and to give me further exercises which would help with my development. Alice really helped me to build my confidence to think logically through potential risks of leaving a job and of moving into a new sector, which I did and where I have just started my first job. I have recommended Alice to many friends and friends of friends who I hope will benefit from her coaching as much as I have.

Editorial Assistant (previously an EA)
Alice Stapleton

About Alice

Alice coaches those who want to change career but don’t know what they want to do instead. She offers Career Coaching designed to help graduates, early to mid-level career-changers, and parents returning to work gain a clear vision of what career is right for them, and how to achieve it. She is also a qualified Coach Supervisor.