If you work in the service industry, it’s likely that you’ve come across various archetypes in the people you serve. While the average visitor is considerate and polite, or simply doesn’t require comment, occasionally, a member of The Public will send you into murmured fits of cursing, make your skin crawl, or induce fits of hysterical laughter. … More The Public
I listened to comedian Mindy Kaling’s second book, Why Not Me? as an audiobook rather than reading the text. I preferred the audio because Kaling herself narrates, which makes the experience closer to having the quippy comedian in the car with you. Compared to other similar memoir-style books by female comedians like Amy Poehler and Tina … More Book Review: Why Not Me?
Baby Boomers, Gen-X, Millennials – we’ve all felt the sting of being lumped into an increasingly bleak portrait of our generation, without consent. Guided by hubris, we’ll click on a link with our respective label to see what we can learn about ourselves. We know these labels are oversimplified generalizations, but that doesn’t stop us from drawing … More My Life as a Thinkpiece