Tagged: career


Flame Con: Streaming as a Hobby or Career

Due to… the state of the world, this year’s Flame Con went virtual. I was honestly really looking forward to going to New York to do this panel, but there’s a pandemic. Everything changed. Thankfully, they were able to pivot...


work: What… Do I do?

I’m the best there is at what I do. But what I do best doesn’t matter much outside this place. With all apologies to Stevie Wonder and Chris Claremont… Recently, a very good friend who works for a very good...


work: what me, hireable?

I had my “on-site” interview today, actually meeting the federal client and seeing where I might work. I’m still deciding what I want to do, but I can’t help wear a smile and perhaps a slight swagger. Being in-demand, professionally,...


Spinning that wheel for me

Looking for a new job isn’t an issue just for recent college graduates. People who have spent 10 or 15 years in the same careers can often face similar issues and stresses — think burnout, stress or plain-old tedium. Other...


Bless your heart!

For reasons I’m mostly in the dark about, they’re asking me for paperwork, from months ago, when I was doing the job I didn’t even want to do, when we were in the middle of a move and that I’m...


I’m ready for that drink now

I still haven’t managed the energy to write about the weekend. My manager called me last week to let me know that there would be layoffs announced today. I guess it really didn’t sink in then, but today I realized...


Sweet liquid validation

Report: Drinkers Earn More Money Than Non-Drinkers Drinkers earn 10 to 14 percent more money at their jobs than nondrinkers and men who drink socially, visiting a bar at least once a month, bring home an additional 7 percent in...


15 minutes

I don’t know if I ever mentioned this before, but one of my websites actually made it into the EPA’s public internet site: The Council on Regulatory Environmental Modeling. It’s terribly boring and dull, but at the least it’s out...



…with this office, these people, etc. I’ve got to find a new job. Well with that said, time to get to work!!