Tag: social media

Eco-licious

Lots on my mind. Exhaling a LOT this week! A basic list for men – ALL men – to read…no matter how feminist they consider themselves to be. Amen. A huge thing going on that isn’t getting an ounce of coverage in our regular news feeds I found buried in The Guardian the other day? It was determined that THREE-QUARTERS…

2016 Resolutions

Well there’s nothing like watching passive aggressive behaviors online as a reminder of what energy I don’t want in my own life. This past week, we deactivated our Nextdoor accounts, a “community” page for geographic neighborhoods which I’ve watched since its inception in my neck of the woods go from basic nice things like selling and donating items, getting recommendations…

EcoGrrl-icious

Holy moly are the seasons showing or what?! A few inches of rain here in the Rose City and even turning the furnace on for an hour tonight! For me this means long sleeves, while for the hubby this means much more – the full on wool sweater and beanie (yes our temps are a bit different when it comes…

Introducing my NEW Interview Series: 1 + Why

After an awesome 2013 interview series with a tremendous group people whose answers inspired the heck out of me and many who read this blog, I’ve decided to continue the tradition in a different way. This time, it’ll be short ‘n’ sweet, where I’m asking folks one particular question, and then compiling the most interesting ones into a blog post…

Workin’ 9 to 5 (and increasing your visibility during the job search)

While I’m getting a little R&R, here’s a pretty good reminder for all the job seekers who want to make themselves more visible. Want more food for thought?  Check out my series of “Top 10 Tips” guest blog posts over on Mac’s List that I’ve done in 2013 outlining my suggestions from a recruiter’s perspective, from resumes to interviewing to…

Tuesday Go Ponder: The Intimacy of the Internet?

Yes, I said “intimacy”.  Because there are a lot of ways that the internet has both ripped us apart as communities and brought us together. I’ve been off Facebook for two years and have no regrets. It wasn’t increasing my intimacy with people I loved, but rather just an online report of everything I did.  The things I really wanted…