Professional Learner. Exploring the experience of being human. Obsessed with motivation, inspiration, connection, and growth.
In dark times encompassed by chaos, we're all looking for relief from stress and anxiety. From riots and cannabilism to allusions to civil war and vaccine shortages, all topping our newsfeeds, we're all looking for something to lighten our worries.
Shouldn't I know? Shouldn't I care? I'm almost 38. Even my therapist reminds me my clock is ticking. I feel nothing. I hear myself saying the words, but I don't believe them.
The call came late Thursday afternoon. “Tomorrow 8am. You’re all on the list.” Words of relief. A culmination of ten months of anxiety, uncertainty, and fear, all waiting for this moment. Filled with high expectations. A sign of the end of worries, and a return to normal life.
We've all made heroic attempts to hide the signs of aging. And in the age of the influencer, beauty brands have benefited. Helping to drive the growth of beauty products to a $532 billion industry.
We all have a unique room where we can rest from the world. We turn off, unplug, disengage for a minute, and come back as a better version of ourselves.
Life does not always go the way we planned. 2020 was undeniable proof of that. Our world was disrupted. Undesired impositions were placed on our lives.
I think we all have our hands raised right now. Everyone struggled and was affected in some way by the catastrophic events of 2020. Whether you lost a loved one, your job, or even just your personal space, this year was the Regina George of modern times.
Customer Service is a thankless profession. Your job is to deal with people and people are unpredictable. When you're anonymous, they show up at their absolute worst.