I’m still very new to Medium. Part of being new is learning to get by. And a big part of this is finding the right publication for what you write.
When researching this a bit, the first thing you notice is that every publication has its own list of tags/topics…
…in the week of hell
Friday was my last day at work. Don’t imagine something glorious like resigning to focus on side-hustles or some other glamorous new job.
Since we are adopting, I’m taking one year off. I know, right? Even better than you imagined. …
They Lose Them Because They Hire Bad People
So you like the company you work for, but you still want to leave. It fits your lifestyle, it fits your needs, but it drains you too much to continue.
It’s not the company that’s toxic. It’s the work environment. …
And not really loving it…
I’ve started this month with a lot of hope. The idea of publishing each day for 30 days seemed extreme, but it was one of those things that are worth a try.
Did not expect anything in particular from the experience. I’ve seen a lot…
Courage is knowing it might hurt, and doing it anyway. Stupidity is the same. And that’s why life is hard.
Since we interpret everything through our own experiences and fears, this quote, as brilliant as it is, probably has so many meanings.
If you are reading this, drop a line and share your view on it. It will be interesting to see how others perceive it.
As I see it, each road we choose to take can have either light or dark at the end. You’ll think you were courageous if you reach the light, and stupid if you find darkness.
There will be no right or wrong choices. It will only be life.
This is part of my 30 Day Writing Challenge
There might be a trend that has lasted a bit too much, but people seem to have lost the ability to own their life.
It goes both ways. Not only are bad things happening because of external sources, but they also see the good things as something coming from outside…