While most logical adults know nothing will ever be perfect, they also will hit a point where, if the bad outweighs they good, they’ll be headed out on the first thing smoking. Continue reading Options or Else
Every millennial I know who works in an office setting gets calls that should be fielded by someone in an information technology department. Continue reading Don’t You Have an I.T. Professional?
Imagine how much further you’d be from where you are if you weren’t working as hard as you are right now. Continue reading Work to Improve Things Instead of Blaming One Another
That’s why I give back to my institution. Why do you give back to yours? And, if you don’t, you should give something. Every dollar counts. Continue reading Paying It Forward
Some great articles about benchmark ages in life, good bar manners, properly wearing suits, and leadership. Continue reading #TrendingThursday 2.0 – Num. 12
Going forward, Wednesdays will be dedicated to the ladies working hard to make it happen. Whether I have a guest writer or I repost an article focused on women’s issues in professional settings, know that you all will have something to look forward to here on The Reader. Continue reading Wednesdays Are For Women
I was born in 1987. I went to elementary school and, at the beginning, though I had the most basic Macintosh computers to toy with, I learned everything, from arithmetic to writing, in the traditional fashion. As I progressed to middle school, computers were intertwined in my learning process and I can compute the answer with or without a Macintosh or IBM. Continue reading All Dogs Are Created Equal