Fast Company has a tremendous amount of great insight on careers and professionalism. Because I’m a sucker for any advice with the phrase "under 30" in the headline, this piece--10 Career Lessons You Should Learn By Your 30s--is a real winner in my book. The entire piece is worth a read, but the list includes… Continue reading Mistakes I made at work–and how I learned from them
It's pretty easy to sometimes get run down, annoyed, disappointed, or just tired of your job after a less-than-ideal day. (Worse yet, when you realize on your commute home that sometime between your walk in and tie walk out of the office,you lost your--albeit dirt-cheap--earbuds and now have no way to listen to music on… Continue reading What are you going to do for your team today?
How do you get to where you need to go everyday? Chances are that you drive a car to work. And depending on where you live, it might take you quite a while to get there. I've had the opportunity to use a few different modes of transportation over the past three years alone: car… Continue reading Making the most out of your commute
When’s the last time you wrote in a journal? Middle school? During a college-level writing course? Ever? Before I started what I’m calling a work journal, I wasn’t a consistent journal writer: I’d find myself unable to make it a habit and thus procrastinate. Writing, somehow and someway every day has tremendous benefits for both… Continue reading Work Journals: Why and How