About a year ago, I embarked on a new adventure. No, not the Indiana Jones kind, not just yet. It was probably just as stressful, and perhaps as much of a roller coaster ride, though there were no life-threatening rolling boulders, just mortgage-threatening lines of credit. One year later though, and I’m still alive and, … Read More What a difference a year makes
It appears my blog posts haven’t been as regular as I’d like… but that is good news because it means I’m busy. Definitely good news for an entrepreneur. But being a sole business owner also means late nights and long work days. Coffee is a necessity. Along comes Conde Nast Traveller on my Twitter feed … Read More Coffee makes the world go round
I consider myself a pretty positive person, but today I am going to complain, just a little bit. I have heard on other social media sites, as well just from talking to people, that new graduates have exceedingly high job expectations. Here is my tidbit of experience with that. Since January of this year, I … Read More Work for what you want
OK, so you didn’t get raptured and the world didn’t end. Now what? How about a little attitude adjustment? Thanks to swissmiss (yet again), here is a website worth looking at: workisnotajob. It is a concept and design studio, and not only do I enjoy their work, I love their attitude towards work and life. … Read More Fall in love with your work
May 4th is an unofficial holiday to Star Wars fans, dating back to 1979 when an advertisement in The London Evening News, congratulating Margaret Thatcher on being elected the first female Prime Minister, read, “May the fourth be with you Margaret. Congratulations.” Being a Star Wars fan (though not as hard core as some people … Read More It’s Star Wars Day!
For today’s blog post, I am directing you right to digging the DIRT. I quite enjoy this blog; they often include posts that make archaeology humerus, I mean, humorous to the general public, as opposed to just super keen nerdy archaeologists like me. Today they tackled the subject of why archaeology is important, and did … Read More Why the past is important to the present – Part 3