In a good way.
You wish you were more, or maybe a bit less. A few inches taller, and in some places, you may wish you were smaller. Constantly stressing about what's too much, or too little of a good thing, and whether you've hit that perfect median number to temporarily ease your addiction.
Reading blogs, watching videos on YouTube, or reading a book unrelated to your work are all things that really career-focused people sometimes see as wasting time. But actually, these activities can help us discover new things, make new connections, come up with innovative solutions, and challenge our current thinking.
Truth be known, I really don't care about anyone's story. I care about how they might help me with a problem I need solved!
We cubicle dwellers have our own subculture. We are among the working class who don't get to go outside and blow stuff up. We can identify each other by the hollow looks in our eyes and the standard defeated shoulder slump. I am here to help you, my cubicle dwelling brothers and sisters.
That's when you really need to think to yourself: why are you staying in? Is it because you need to spend this time getting your homework done, or you're not particularly fond of the people across the hall?
Procrastination is an art, and we've got just the tools you need to make your wasted time a masterpiece. It's Wednesday, which
This graduation is bittersweet for me, as Emily's father I have watched many of you grow up to become the fine young men and women you now are. I see you and wonder what she would be like and the adventures she would be on.
I've wasted a truly incredible amount of time in that lazy space that exists between kinda working and kinda screwing around. On the days where I'm feeling good and getting important stuff done, though, I notice I'm following most of these strategies.