I’ve worked in my industry for over 10 years and I love it 51% of the time. The other 49% of the time, I struggle with staying motivated. I used to be 100% motivated all day every day, but then I was introduced to burn out and I just kept rolling down the hill and … Continue reading How Do You Stay Motivated?
When dealing with money, especially when it concerns someone’s retirement, you would assume there would be a paper trail of consent, right? So colour me shocked when I recently found that my company’s HR person (who is one of those people you question why any employer would consider hiring) had, without my knowledge or consent, … Continue reading You’re a Process Person
On paper, prepping food for the week is sensible. Based solely on what I’ve read, you save time and money because you’re not wasting food since all the food is clearly laid out. Plus, you’re able to control your portion sizes. In reality, I get anxious when I think of week-long food prep. I honestly … Continue reading Food Prepping Isn’t For Me
When I started out listing my previous jobs, I didn’t know what to expect. Now that it’s laid out, I’m pretty impressed with myself that there’s variety, or it could just mean that I had no damn clue what I wanted to do with my life. Peer Counselor at 14 – To this day I … Continue reading My First Seven Jobs
Excuse the oxymoron in the headline, but I just want to get something off my chest. Why is it that incompetent people seem to find their way to the top of the food chain? I find none of them to be charming or possess any leadership qualities. In fact, their very personality can shred cheese … Continue reading Why Are Incompetent Employees Almost Always Your Boss?