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

5 Lessons From One Year as a Hopeless Corporate Hack

*Editor's Note: Today we have a special post from recurring guest columnist Global Intern. You know him as the co-writer of Office Worker Draft (I wrote all the funny jokes.) He's been out of college for one year, so naturally he thinks he knows everything. He's here to share it. 5 Lessons From One Year as … Continue reading 5 Lessons From One Year as a Hopeless Corporate Hack

The Best Days of Work For Doing Absolutely Nothing

Work sucks. That's basically the point of this entire freaking website blog. Life in the cubes is a prison of broken dreams and bad posture; where joy goes to die under florescent lighting. It's the same thing, every single day, for the rest of your life. At first glance, outside of this blog (tell your … Continue reading The Best Days of Work For Doing Absolutely Nothing

Corporate All Names Team-*GUEST COLUMN*

Editor's Note: Sometimes in the working world, you come across names that are so unbelievable, you just have to Snapchat your friends about it. Our latest guest columnist, Emperor Mizuno, has compiled a list of business folk he's dealt with over the past 3 years with the kind of names that almost certainly ruined their … Continue reading Corporate All Names Team-*GUEST COLUMN*

Getting Through the Week: When You Have No Friends

After open bars and oral sex, friends are the best thing in the world. Just to be clear, because I know the title may be confusing- yes I have friends. Probably 1 million. Most are voluntary, several tolerate me and a few even respond to my texts. Sometimes I think I might have too many … Continue reading Getting Through the Week: When You Have No Friends