At 24 years old, you don't expect to lose your job, before you can leave it. No one ever wants to lose their source of income, but it happens. You could have been laid off because of a shortage of work, poor performance in the workplace, or maybe you somehow managed to be terminated for… Continue reading You lost your job. Now what?
Many of us who use social media are hesitant to create an account with public access. It is very common to use the "Request Access Only" privacy settings, whether this is on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, or even here on WordPress. This is because protecting your brand is of the utmost importance in this never-ending age… Continue reading Social Media Brand Management: Public or Private?
Please forgive me for vanishing. A lot has happened. So much has changed that I am honestly not sure where I should begin. I think I will start with the best parts. I moved - to Connecticut. I now live and breathe in New Haven, am employed in Manhattan and I am riding the Metro-North… Continue reading Making Moves
When you walk through the streets of Manhattan, do you ever notice the people around you? Do we ever take the time to lift our heads and our noses up from our phones and just really see the people or the buildings? I will admit that on days when I am stressed out or feeling… Continue reading Walking with my head toward the sky
My first graduate class starts at the end of this month, and I am nowhere near ready to be back inside of a classroom quite yet. I need to figure out if I am going to do the whole laptop in class schtick or my classic hand-written notations approach. I prefer not having the distraction… Continue reading Counting the days