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*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
Editor's Note: For those new to the blog, this is the fourth installment of the Best Things in the World Bracket. Go see what happened throughout the entire tournament, from the Round of 64, to the Sweet 16 and the Final Four. Well folks, we finally made it. It's been a long tournament, filled with … Continue reading The Best Things in the World: National Champion
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
As the most successful person you probably know, a lot of things in life come very easy to me. Rapidly ascending the corporate ladder, having a perfect body, speaking knowledgeably about the delights of French cuisine. All of these are as second nature to me as breathing. But yes, I am human (for now) so … Continue reading I’ve Finally Figured Out How to Send Work Emails
Happy Thanksgiving!!!! Today is the best holiday of the year- bar none. It's about delicious food, getting drunk with your family, and napping for 4 hours on your couch while everyone else does the dishes. It's the start to the holiday season and all the Christmas decorations, movies, songs, and that stuff that makes you … Continue reading What I’m Thankful For
*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
On this blog, we are not what you would call "technically skilled" people. I can barely figure out a Pivot Table in Excel - there's nothing I produce professionally that a 10th grade couldn't do with 6 months of training. However, here on WRD, what we can do better than everyone else is act like a normal … Continue reading Rallying – A Guide to Going Out After Day Drinking