You graduated. What’s next? Well first you work, then you retire, then you die. That’s about it. Go read a few blogs while you’re at it.
The holiday season is in full swing and with it comes the full-on bombardment of Christmas movies, decorations, and general seasonal cheer that accompanies it. Like many of you, I take a good look at these well-known holiday figures and have one thought on my mind – can I defeat them in hand to hand … Continue reading Power Ranking Christmas Figures by How Easily I Could Beat the Shit Out of Them
Congrats everyone. You made it through Thanksgiving and it’s time for the most glorious time of the year – the 4 weeks in between today and New Year’s, officially known as mail-it-in season. Budgets have been spent, campaigns have been planned, everyone’s on vacation and no one’s really hiring. It’s borderline illegal to do any real work … Continue reading The Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Working between Thanksgiving and New Year’s
Thanksgiving is a day of celebration for many, as families come together to feast, watch a parade with giant balloons of characters that peaked in popularity in 1964, and get a little too aggressive in a game of backyard touch football. However, at the White House, it is a day of darkness, as the President … Continue reading RIP Cob- The White House Turkey Who Was Not Pardoned.
Editor’s Note- this guest blog comes from Charles Hudson and is truly haunting. I never really realized how good we have it working from home and I never want to go back. Getting Ready for the Day 7:00am the alarm goes off. Your eyes open slowly. Time to get up. It’s a frigidly cold Tuesday … Continue reading Remembering Work Life Pre-Covid