humanity

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

  • x Raiinns
    Published 11 months ago
    What Do You Want to Be?

    What Do You Want to Be?

    You know when they ask you, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" I always thought a singer. I used to sing at my church songs from The Veggie Tales, with my cousin and my sister A. Then I went solo and started singing songs that I liked, I would practice them over and over, Thinking I had a voice. Everyone told me I did, and maybe they're right, but I personally think I don't.
  • Brandi Payne
    Published 11 months ago
    Where I Came From

    Where I Came From

    Since the age of 14, I had been a runaway and lived most of my life on the streets. I was a prostitute since then because I was too young to get a job. When I turned 19 is when I was introduced to drugs and then the habit took over.
  • Kay L
    Published 12 months ago
    The Fear of Graduating

    The Fear of Graduating

    Like many others, the final day approaches where we walk across the stage and accept our degree. All those 4-5 hard earned years of tears, sweat, and probably more caffeine than necessary materializes into a piece of paper that further reinstates our tears, sweat, and current caffeine addiction. We are graduating and entering into society! A place with no more exams, no more endless hours of readings, no more cramming the night before, all of it gone!
  • Sparks of Spontaneity
    Published 12 months ago
    Rebellious Thoughts of a Recent Grad

    Rebellious Thoughts of a Recent Grad

    I grew up with ideals of success repetitively instilled in me harder than a jackhammer on a construction site. My dad always said education is the key to success, which to this day I still don’t doubt. I was fortunate enough to receive an education from the top public university in the world, so by the social norm and, of course, the public’s interpretation, that should mean I attain the golden ticket to a life of immense triumph and corporate hierarchy.
  • Kay 815
    Published 12 months ago
    Are You a Good Customer?

    Are You a Good Customer?

    Everyone interacts with customer service representatives almost on a daily basis, whether you are calling your insurance company or picking up food through the drive thru.
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published 12 months ago
    The Work from Home Lifestyle

    The Work from Home Lifestyle

    The work from home lifestyle does not give the user the ability to be a slob. You can still shower every day along with getting dressed although some people like to do the work from home lifestyle, which in their minds makes them able to be naked while working. Writing was the first work from home job. I studied creative writing in order to have the ultimate work from home job. Working from home doesn’t necessarily mean you can do whatever you want and it is, in fact, a huge responsibility.
  • Rosalyn Grams
    Published 12 months ago
    Confessions of a Disabled Job-Seeker: The One with the Bee
  • irene tijam
    Published about a year ago
    The Joys of Retirement

    The Joys of Retirement

    Retirement age is defined as above 65 years old. Almost all of us find it hard to accept the fact that the retirement age is the final stage of human life.
  • Rosalyn Grams
    Published about a year ago
    Confessions of a Disabled Job-seeker - The One with the Call Centre

    Confessions of a Disabled Job-seeker - The One with the Call Centre

    I applied for a call centre position for a very large bank in Glasgow with a horse for the logo. We were given our task feedback at the interview. I was pleased to find out that I got the highest grade in three out of four of the practical assessments of the applicants on the day, got positive feedback on the group exercise, and because I had experience in call-handling, managing accounts for individual customers, and company invoicing accounts, I did my individual interview part of the process very well too.This all sounds like things were going well,right?
  • Will Jackson
    Published about a year ago
    Dear Customers

    Dear Customers

    Let me start this off by saying, if you think that this letter isn’t for you, it’s probably for you. I’m not about to be nice, because one thing is for sure: I’m tired. This is for every customer who has yelled at an employee and made them cry or destroyed a display to set their drink down. This is for the people who believe that retail workers are beneath them, and that they can treat us like garbage because of that. So sit back and listen, because you need to get the education that you tend to believe we don’t have.
  • JennyMae
    Published about a year ago
    Taking the Leap

    Taking the Leap

    Sometimes the worst part about making a decision is the three hours it takes between decision and execution.
  • Maria Marino
    Published about a year ago
    Mid-life Crisis at 20 Years Old?

    Mid-life Crisis at 20 Years Old?

    Hello all. Maria here. For those of you who don’t know, which means all of you, I am currently 20-years-old. I also live in New Jersey. Yay? Not really.