humanity

The real lives of businessmen, professionals, the everyday man, stay at home parent, healthy lifestyle influencers, and general feel good human stories.

  • Matt Cates
    Published 3 years ago
    Work, Kids, College, Rotate

    Work, Kids, College, Rotate

    Hard to type an essay on Gothic literaturebouncing a baby on your knee. But with each bound of the red-headed binky sucker, I reminded myself: “This is what you wanted, man.”
  • Dylan Lyons
    Published 3 years ago
    Is a Focus on Employee Well-Being Revolutionizing American Work Culture?
  • Matt Cates
    Published 3 years ago
    19 Steps I Took To Retire At 44…With A Family

    19 Steps I Took To Retire At 44…With A Family

    (This article was previously posted on Buzzfeed)
  • Leila Parker
    Published 3 years ago
    Bad Habits To Break To Be More Productive

    Bad Habits To Break To Be More Productive

    They say it takes 21 days to break a habit. Three weeks to stop a behavior that you may have been doing your whole life. But if there's any time to break a habit, it's now. Habits to break to be more productive vary from putting down your phone, avoiding procrastinating and adjusting from a multi-tasking machine to a more focused person. Working smarter can help you accomplish more in a day, both inside and outside of the office. Stop sabotaging your work day and personal life with bad habits and
  • Parag Patel
    Published 3 years ago
    Things No One Tells You About Working the Night Shift

    Things No One Tells You About Working the Night Shift

    The night shift is the dead zone of employment. Whether you're a nurse, a concierge, a security guard, or any one of those brazen folks who dares take on what most consider the worst shifts imaginable, we salute you!
  • Journal Staff
    Published 3 years ago
    Are You a Workaholic?

    Are You a Workaholic?

    At least, that was the collective answer we got after polling the floor of an undisclosed finance company. Some other gems also included, "if you dream of work more than your childhood", "if you eat in less time than you shit", and of course "if you curse more than you say please and thank you" than you damn sure are a workaholic. If anyone knows what it's like to give up your life for your job, it's these people, so it's safe to say all of these things probably make you a workaholic. But really, if you spend more time answering emails than sleeping, you ARE a workaholic.
  • Natasha Sydor
    Published 3 years ago
    Interview with TSOLife CEO David Sawyer

    Interview with TSOLife CEO David Sawyer

    His grandmother's death inspired a vision; David Sawyer's interview may inspire you as well. Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today. For David Sawyer, storytelling has allowed him to become one of the youngest CEO's in the country. As a senior at Stetson University in Deland, Florida, Sawyer is the CEO and founder of TSOLife, a web application that allows users to share their own legacies for future generations. The Story of Life, LLC (TSOLife) is an innovative genealogy and personal narrative service that revolutionizes how we record stories and present our legacies to future generations. It does not follow the typical path of searching for public documents. Instead, it empowers users to write their own histories. Through TSO Life's web platform, users are allowed to be remembered the way they want to be remembered and pass down a personal legacy to their future generations.
  • Chelsea Pullano
    Published 3 years ago
    Successful College Dropouts

    Successful College Dropouts

    "I'm convinced that about half of what separates the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance." Steve Jobs knew that education wasn't a requirement or necessarily the deciding factor in overall success or failure. You don’t have to be a college graduate to be a master in business. In fact, you don’t even have to complete your high school education before finding your life passion.
  • Lindsie Polhemus
    Published 3 years ago
    Should You Choose a New Career?

    Should You Choose a New Career?

    Settling on a new career isn't easy; and for many that haven't had to look for a job in decades, the ability to find a new job seems daunting. You need to make sure that your new job is suited to both your abilities and your personal needs. If not, you could find yourself living life in the wrong job, without proper planning for the future and the ability to face difficult decisions. While there isn’t a magic formula to follow, there are savvy steps you can take to find the next step in the ladder – or, in our new modern society, the jungle gym – of a professional life. Is it time for a new career? Ask yourself these questions to see if you’re ready for the “big move.”