Tag Archives: Culture

Here I Go Again…

**MATURE TOPIC WARNING** There’s no hiding that trying to balance all of my jobs with pregnancy and then the first year and a half of motherhood has been a juggling act with my schedule. That being said, this poor blog fell to the wayside and I am happy to finally have it going again. I […]

Today’s Sliding Scale

I’ve been attempting to bring back some form of a social life this year and in doing so I’ve had a fair opportunity for some people watching.  Humanity is quite an interesting experiment that’s going on around the world each and every day.  Now, before you jump all over me for my choice of wording […]

Accepting To A Point

Working in an extremely creative line of business means that generally I’m surrounded by those who are accepting of even the most extreme differences within people.  I count myself lucky that I have like-minded coworkers who keep an open mind at all times or, as I recently discovered, almost all times.  I was at lunch […]

That’s Not Okay!

When did it become okay to constantly ask newly married couples the following questions: “When are you going to have kids?” and “Why don’t you have kids yet?  Do you not want any?”  Wait, what?  We just got married for crying out loud!  Slow down a bit and let us enjoy some freaking marital bliss […]

Managing Tragedy In The Workplace

A friend of mine recently texted me requesting that I write a post about from a managerial perspective of dealing with tragedy in the workplace.  As much as I would like to oblige her, I’m not sure that I know enough about the topic as it isn’t one that I’ve handled much.  However, the more […]