What You Learn During Dry January

On Wednesday, Prohibition turned 100 years old. In anticipation of the event that jumpstarted the Kennedy empire and career of my role model Al Capone, I have been practicing a Dry January. I am bravely starting this on January 7th and am allowing myself 2 cheat days as a treat. Many are saying this is more of a ‘drink … Continue reading What You Learn During Dry January

Summertime Sadness: Why Summer Kind of Sucks

Editor’s Note: Every Friday afternoon from now until Labor Day, we will be dropping a new summer themed blog to close out your work day and take you into the weekend. If you’re new, go check out our previous Summer Fridays blogs. If you want to write or have an idea for a Summer Friday topic, … Continue reading Summertime Sadness: Why Summer Kind of Sucks

Summer Fridays: “Working” from Home

It's a time honored tradition in the summer to leave for a weekend trip on a Thursday night and "work remotely" Friday from the beach, lake or wherever you find yourself. It's a great way to to save vacation days and also have the least productive day of all time. People barely work in the … Continue reading Summer Fridays: “Working” from Home

Summer Fridays: Golf with the Boys

Pretty much everything about the summer rules, except for maybe sunburns and the entire world knowing how sloppy your body has become. One of the best things is that no one in the working world does a single thing on Fridays. Whether or not you get out a little early or have to stay until … Continue reading Summer Fridays: Golf with the Boys