As of about 20 minutes ago, I am officially unemployed. I feel things but I am not sure what those feelings are. This is a familiar feeling for me. It's bittersweet. I had a love-hate relationship with my job. For the last 3 months, I've been a Senior Health Coach and Coach Trainer for Open … Continue reading Connecting with mystery readers on the Internet through 2,158 words
I finally quit Facebook, meaning I can cross off item 17 on my Manifestation List: "I don't waste time on social media!" I didn't delete my account or deactivate it like I normally do, but I quit needing it. I think the switch happened a few weeks ago. Suddenly, I just found it all very … Continue reading Writers must write for themselves and nobody else. This is for me.
To Whom It May Concern: I am so thrilled you are reading this letter! You see, I have been struggling to be taken seriously on paper, despite knowing that I am the perfect fit for this job. If you've had a chance to scan my resume, you may notice I have no experience in this … Continue reading An open letter to my future employer, from a capable liberal arts major with no real experience
This last week I completed 14 weeks worth of Coursera courses in business analytics and data analysis. My brain is fried. But in the tasty kind of way. This is my special kind of fun. I take Coursera courses the way other people might watch reality TV: mindlessly, indulgently, and often without discretion or concern … Continue reading Learning to count and preparing for a year of insight
It happened again. Just like it always does. It doesn't even phase me anymore, but it is a bit embarrassing. It might just be just part of being me. Or part of being a millennial, who grew up being told she could be literally anything in the whole goddamn world and that if I follow my … Continue reading I’m getting an MBA for less than $2,500 and so can you