Humor: The Zoom Rules (How to Make Sure You Still Have a Job When You Are Allowed to Return to Work)
Six months ago, the majority of us had never had a single meeting online for anything. And in the matter of two weeks, online meetings became as ubiquitous as making coffee or brushing our teeth when we get up in the morning.
Remember back when we were kids and had a field trip coming up? We would get the requisite permission slip that had to be signed by a parent or guardian.
As I get older I am realizing that friendship — true friendship — is one of the most important things we can cultivate in our lives.
Moving in the Middle of the Pandemic.
Saying goodbye to your therapist can be worse than a breakup. If you’ve ever been in this position, you know exactly what I’m talking about.
Think back to the first time another person took the time to make you feel that you were not of value because of your body shape or size. That you had less worth than someone else. That you were not beautiful or important or meaningful. That you didn’t deserve to take up your space.
In a world of photo filters, Photoshop and the highlight reel that is social media, we have women convinced we have to do more and more to fit the mold. I took a challenge from one of our readers and decided to step away from the idea of looking “perfect” and to embrace just being me by going all natural for seven days.
Don’t we all have bad dating experiences? Times where you meet a guy, date for a while, think this thing is going somewhere … but it doesn’t? Kinda heartbreaking, right?