Seth Godin just came out with his holiday gift guide. I trust his opinions, so I enjoyed clicking through his curated group of quirky products looking for ideas.
I did it guys, I’m in. You can call me, “Coordinator Kim.” Has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?
For a while now we’ve been prepping for a big event for a Company B client. It’s been a lot of work and running around and sometimes a little stressful as we come down to the wire this week. But I’m happy to report on a day at HQ that was got to spend doing some seriously fun prepping – SMOOTHIE MAKING!
Hi! My name is Talia and I am a senior in high school working at Company B for my senior internship.
If you’ve never worked predominantly from home, and resort to Google for help, you’ll find info on things like how to set boundaries for yourself or how to maintain your fluctuating motivation. But what does working from home mean for the company you’re working for?
Hey there! I’m Kim, Company B’s newest social media marketing intern, and I’m very pleased to meet you! One week ago today, I graduated with a B.A. in journalism from SUNY Purchase.
Please stop asking me what exactly I want to do with my life, I’m 22 and I’m allowed to not know just yet.
When I started writing for The New York Times in 1998 I learned something profound from my editor, and it wasn’t an admonishment never to use the word “very.” He told me that email was a common way to communicate with the guy … at the desk across the room.