Amidst all of the concern and contagion of the coronavirus, my office, like many other offices in the US, recently began weighing the benefits and detriments of working from home. Luckily, my team can easily complete our jobs from our couches, so the transition job-wise has been fairly seamless. But working from home is still a huge change for me. We spend at least a … Continue reading Working from Home as an Extrovert
For those of you who don’t already know this, I spent my entire college career working in student affairs, and I enjoyed it so much that I interviewed to go to graduate school and get my degree in it. Not only did I enjoy working in student affairs, but I really appreciated the work that I was doing as well. Helping stressed out college students … Continue reading The Busy Competition
In college, I was the classic definition of overworked and underpaid. And I loved every second of it. From my sophomore year on, I never held less than three jobs at a time. I was double majoring (as well as minoring) in different subjects with no overlapping courses, I joined a sorority, I was a fitness instructor, I did all the things. I do not … Continue reading The Beauty That Is: The Side Hustle
After three years with my current company, I have definitely branded myself in a few different ways around the office. Currently, I’m working on becoming the Chocolate Girl by purchasing an exorbitant amount of Lindt truffles and offering them up to (read as: forcing them on) my team during that post-lunch lull. I’m the Girl Who Goes to Lunch Super Late, as well as the … Continue reading Do I Need Shoes for This Meeting or Nah?