I recently had a close friend have one of those movie-like scenarios where she had two weeks to make a life-changing decision. She was given two options, and her choice would impact her career, where she lived, and her relationship.
Our team has doubled in size over the last year, which means keeping track of our team’s communication is starting to become unwieldy. All of the skills I’ve learned over the last two years on how to communicate remotely is being put to the test.
Every MLK weekend for the last two years, Jared and I have joined a group of 30 friends on an epic ski trip weekend. Because we both like to cook, both years we’ve made Saturday night dinner for the entire group. Cooking from scratch for 30 friends is a huge undertaking when you’re not a professional chef with professional equipment, but it’s totally doable. In the spirit of documentation, here’s what we’ve learned. Step 1: Plan a Smart Menu Know […]
I recently started working for a “distributed” company, which is sort of a dream come true for a Third Culture Kid like me. The company that is “distributed” means that it’s scattered across different locations, and everyone works wherever they are. As someone who’s pretty much always had a normal desk job, the transition was pretty rough on me. It’s now been almost three months, and this new gig has completely changed the way I work, and for the better. […]