Admittedly, I started blogging without any solid goals in mind. Aside from having something to show for myself, I didn’t know where I wanted to take this. And I’m still trying to figure a direction out. However, blogging has helped me in ways I didn’t expect.
I know it’s a little early for a review post, but my birthday’s coming up so…it’s existential crisis time! Who else is not ready at all for 2020??
Motivation doesn’t last, but neither does being clean after bathing. That’s why you have to upkeep it.
Do you also have a constant nagging feeling of falling behind? Do you feel like you could be doing more, but have trouble finding motivation?
The anarchist in me is ranting about how the purpose of dress codes is to keep all workers the same. We’re all equally disposable and replaceable. There is nothing special about us as individuals, so we should just keep our heads down and work. However, the realist in me recognizes that workplace culture can make or break a company. And dress codes are a part of that culture. This week, I’ve come up with several tips to not feel like a robot in dress code.
There’s a quote I live by that goes like “you are here because of choices you’ve made five years ago.” The way I see it, it’s about making the most of your time right now and doing good by others today because your present will affect your future. About five years ago, I was in senior year of high school being told that I have to decide what I wanted to do with my life. It was a lot of pressure for a 17-year old. Continue reading “Career hunt of a 20-something, aka. let’s have another life talk”