via Daily Prompt: Qualm, What is lying? I ask this question to provoke thought. As defined by Stanford.edu, the traditional form of lying is: "to lie =df to make a believed-false statement to another person with the intention that the other person believe that statement to be true". After browsing their website, I realized that there…Read more Pretty Little White Lies
In the summer of 2015, I got this idea that I should go back to school and earn my MBA. This is something I had considered off and on over the years; my undergraduate degree is in life sciences and I had no formal business education. My employer reimburses 💯 % for As and for…Read more MBA journey: worth it or not?
It's been a few days since my last post, primarily because I have thrown myself into work. After spending a few days reflecting upon feeling increasingly dissatisfied (aka grumpy) in my career, I determined that it was up to me to either choose to be satisfied or to depart from my current role expeditiously. I…Read more Grumpy or grateful
I've been struggling more and more lately with becoming increasingly dissatisfied at my job. I won't go into specifics of my career, but I think the fact that I just spent a week locked in a convention center box for the bi-annual hurrah and feeling no joy, excepting for the company of the truly lovely…Read more Quitting Time?
I have been thinking a lot about happiness of late, partially because so many people seem unhappy. I think that was my first epiphany upon entering the world of Social Media; people are unhappy and there are a lot of them. Now don’t get me wrong, we all know some people who wouldn’t be happy, were they not unhappy but I am not talking about them. We will just let them be. I am also not thinking theologically here (i.e. juxtaposing happiness and joy), today I am going to err on the practical and pragmatic side of things. With that being said, let’s get going.
I think most people want to be happy; they are just not quite sure how to get there from their present location. Many people honestly believe that happiness is a lucky bounce; a sunny disposition or favorable circumstances but I disagree. Happiness is a choice…
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A YouTube video that cracks me up is called Pink Fluffy Unicorns dancing on rainbows. Whenever I need to do something at work that seems pretty pointless, this little treasure pops into my mind, causing me to smile and just get whatever meaningless TPS report-esk task done so I can move on to something more fruitful.…Read more Pink Fluffy Money
How many trees did I just remove from my house? I mentioned in another post I was going to go more formalized with my decluttering. Enter Pinterest - the source for all things everything. I found a cool PDF for the Konmari method, which guides users through decluttering by category all at once. Since I…Read more Developing papyrophobia 📜🗂📓📰📖
Notorious and Victorious: the stuff of grit