My first job out of college was a 'temp to hire position', working for the city. (I won't mention the city). Temp positions don't always make you feel secure in the first place, but being fresh out of school added to that insecurity. It was like being a freshman again: I had to ask someone else… Continue reading Who else but the Tech-Savvy Millennial?
Social cues are important. In the workforce, especially in upper management, it is vital to be able to read people to gage their emotional state and comfort levels in a situation. A social cue can be a positive or negative, verbal or non-verbal hint. These cues guide conversation and other social interactions. A few examples of… Continue reading Social Cues are Important
3 Minute Read/ Controversial Topic Let's make something clear... I have absolutely nothing against College Greek life/sororities/fraternities. I appreciate all of the volunteer work that many of the Greek organizations are involved in. Personally, I don't see the appeal of the rest of it. Let me take you back to the 'club rush' week of college.… Continue reading Why I Didn’t Join a Sorority
It is Saturday. For whatever reason, his household was up this morning at 7 am. Eating breakfast. If I were at my house, my mom and I would be thinking about rolling over to get more comfortable or thinking about getting up by at the earlier, 10 am. or we would be yelling down the… Continue reading My Filipino Boyfriend: Saturday
African Black soap An anecdote I'm black. My boyfriend is Filipino. I felt that was important to mention just for clarity's sake. November 2016, 2 months before we actually started dating, he had never been over to my house before. So, he and a few of my other friends came over and he goes to… Continue reading My Filipino Boyfriend: African Black Soap