Work ≠ family If you Google “Work isn’t family” you come up with a bunch of recommended articles along the same line: Coworkers aren’t you family and they shouldn’t be. The NYTimes explains it this way: “It often… Read More »Edition 37: My real family is pretty messed up. My chosen family is amazing.
Harnessing the energy Last week I went to the Online News Association conference, one of my favorite things every year. Almost always, I get home from a conference or a really great brainstorming session and I have… Read More »Edition 36: Re-energized and no clue what to do with it?
It will all be OK. For most of my life, I’ve lived with depression that fluctuates from non-existent to crushing. Lately, it has been crushing. I have written about self care before, but this time,… Read More »Edition 33: I re-wrote this about 40 times
An announcement first. tl;dr: I’ve been sending this lovely semi-regular missive on Tinyletter for the past year, but for a variety of reasons, I’ve decided to move this newsletter to MailChimp. I’ve been thinking about this… Read More »Edition Thirty: Goals, not resolutions
These things I have learned. I try not to present myself as an expert. I’m far from it. And the whole purpose of this semi-regular newsletter is to have a space for myself and others… Read More »Edition Twenty Nine: The best part of my job is learning, constantly.
How to disagree It should be easy to say “Hey, I don’t agree with that.” But, it’s not. Often disagreements come with emotional attachments, personal feelings that muck up a lot of things. But hey,… Read More »Edition Twenty Eight: I hate to disagree, but…
Conference like a pro I’m headed to the Online News Association gathering this week, and so are many of my friends. I’m actually talking Middles with Emma Carew Grovum, if you want to join! When you’re… Read More »Edition Twenty Six: The conversations in the hallway are the best.