Politics and Work, Work and Politics

Amid elections, politics, different times of opinions and outcomes – it is easy to get caught up. Caught up, mostly, with your own feelings…feelings that are then fueled by others with similar (or better yet, differing) opinions. And this is normal. We have opinions, we cast votes, we choose different sides. And we should. That…

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3 Generations Take NYC, Lesson by Lesson

November 4th ish, 2015: Chapter 1: What I learned on my trip to NYC (before I even landed)   The group text was blowing up for weeks. “What shows are we seeing? Can I borrow your sweater? What time is flight? I’m so excited!!” Weeks. And finally, it was time. Wednesday, November 4th proved to…

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Networking 101

“No shirt, one tampon, no problems.” – Ancient Proverb I recently attended a networking event in Reno, NV, and, from a “trying to adult” perspective, I’d like to give you a few tips to make your next professional networking event a mild success. (More successful than mine). Don’t wear white they day of, unless you…

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Because it’s going to suck for awhile

I often write of being lost, not knowing what I’m doing, trusting the process…you get it. And then sometimes I write about things like “the wow moment” or moments when I find what I am looking for, where I realize that everything has happened a certain way for a reason. And then it repeats. It’s…

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What they don’t tell you

I’m going to tell you what they don’t tell you about growing up (don’t mind the emo photos — but it felt as though it fit). What they don’t tell you about growing up.  We follow the steps, we check the boxes, we follow our dreams. We approach the end of the structured life of “now…

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