The question is, "How much can you drink at an open bar when said bar is at a business function in which you are serving in a quasi-official capacity?" The answer is two fold.
On Wednesday, my friend Kevin sent me a text saying that a guy at his job needed a blogger to develop some content for him. Kev's girlfriend and my wife have been best friends for a decade and a half and, while we're all from the same city, I never met Kev until he and … Continue reading Develop Symbiotic Relationships
I believe in supporting local businesses and the dreams of friends. But, what I don't believe in is supporting work that I am unable to appreciate. I don't like saying "bad business" or "tasteless art" because everyone has different expectations but I will not dish out money to that which I don't believe is valuable. … Continue reading On Supporting Friends
This past weekend, I had nothing to do and no one to hang out with (Desirée and her sorority sisters took a road trip), so I left work on Friday and hit the road for Charlotte. On my way there, I was posting periodically to my Instagram story and one of my friends of almost … Continue reading Maintaining Relationships
People of all races, we must change the narratives surrounding non-whites in America. All blacks are not here to either rob or entertain you. All Jewish people aren't here to be your lawyers or manage your money. All Latinos aren't here illegally and looking for migrant work. All Middle Easterners aren't looking for an opportunity to commit acts of violence. This is the point in history where we have the most access to the most information but we are regressing as a society.
Have you ever heard of Code2040? I’m willing to bet that you haven’t unless you’re either Black or Latinx entrepreneur, and even then, you may not know. I was unfamiliar until LionsHead Media Creative Director Corey Freeman hipped me to the importance of Code2040. It is a nonprofit organization focused on increasing Black and Latinx … Continue reading Code2040 Hosts Walter Latham
Some of us are awkward and insecure and oddly funny folks who don't like seeing the same person in the hall three times in a work day because how many times can you really say "Hello"?