Author: Diana Chin

Diana Chin, content writer & web designer at DianaRChin.comDiana combines her various career experiences as a web designer, customer support specialist, beauty & fashion influencer, and spiritual reader into a cohesive and practical voice where she genuinely shares her experiences. Her favorite activities are sipping tea, watching her son grow up and playing video games (preferably Nintendo and PC gaming).

When Rejection Is A Form Of Protection by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor As I’m sitting here typing this article, my inbox pinged with another rejection email from a company that I applied for a content writing position. With a quick glance, it read: We’re sorry, but after much consideration, we decide not to proceed with your interview. We wish you the […]

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How I Coped With My Best Friend’s Overnight Success by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor When I first started my career as a professional tarot & oracle reader, I remember predicting my best friend’s success after being fired from a company sometime in 2014. Around July, I conducted an oracle reading for my friend and emailed her my thoughts. I never liked the idea […]

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How To Thrive As A Freelancer While Avoiding Burnout by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor Freelancing is not a glamorous path. There, I said it. For many years while working at different jobs, I was freelancing on a part time basis. No matter the niche I was exploring, I found myself constantly learning what works, what doesn’t work and where to avoid situations that […]

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Hitting The Reset Button On Social Media by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor I have a love-hate relationship with social media. Perhaps the consensus can agree; it’s quite beneficial when promoting your services to a larger demographic. On the other hand, having the anxiety in checking up on the latest news proves to be a hassle. Since the introduction of social media, […]

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On Quitting My Job And Reinventing Myself by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor On the New Moon in Virgo (September 20, 2017), I made the decision to quit my job. I chose the last day to work on the Full Moon in Aries (October 6, 2017). As crazy as it sounds, making important decisions based on the lunar cycles plays a crucial role […]

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How To Be The Voice Of The Customer, From A Former Psychic by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor In my heyday as a tarot reader for a psychic hotline, I had my fair share of consulting clients over the phone, email and chat regarding questions about their love lives and career changes. Every so often, I would get a client who have high expectations on finding the […]

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The Dark Side of a Side Gig by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor Side gigs – it makes us feel pretty rebellious, empowered and gives off a sense of high that you’re making money on your own terms. No matter the age bracket, you’ll be sure to encounter someone who may have nonchalantly spoke about their side hustles while working at a […]

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When You’re Emotionally “Checked Out” From Your Day Job by @dianarchin

by Diana Chin | Featured Contributor There are two different types of people at a workplace. One goes to work with enthusiasm and hope. The other simply goes in just to get a paycheck and be done with the day. Where do I fit in? After recent events that occurred at my workplace, I felt that […]

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