Remembering Work Life Pre-Covid

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

Work Retire Mailbag, Vol. 1

Loyal WRDies - welcome to the newest recurring segment, the Work Retire Mailbag. Every month or so, we'll be answering your questions about work, life and balance. Thank you to all who submitted questions for our first edition, and for everyone else, be sure to email workretiredie@gmail.com to have yours answered in the next version.  … Continue reading Work Retire Mailbag, Vol. 1

Going to Work with a Black Eye

*Editors Note- this also applies to face scrapes* It should surprise none of you that I am generally regarded as one of the biggest bad boys in Corporate America history. I don't do expense reports on time, I never attend team-building exercises and I have shown up at the office with a glaring facial wound … Continue reading Going to Work with a Black Eye

The 4 Years of Undergrad Post-Grad: A Manifesto

*LONGFORM ALERT* Last Sunday, your humble Content King had what we in the biz call a mid-life crisis. I turned 26, the age that I have been telling girls at bars that I was for the past 5 years. It’s the age where you’re still in your mid-20s, but can’t really make excuses anymore and … Continue reading The 4 Years of Undergrad Post-Grad: A Manifesto

The Best Things in the World Bracket: Sweet 16 Update

What. Just. Happened??? After a weekend of madness, here we are: the Sweet 16 of Best Things in the World. After 4 hours and a rigorous voting system of liking text messages in a group chat, a committee of 7 members have made their selections for which teams will advance and which teams will be … Continue reading The Best Things in the World Bracket: Sweet 16 Update