You spend your prime years on earth confined to your career, and your subprime years free to enjoy yourself. I say don’t wait.
I’m laying off the heavy topics this month and instead will share a collection of videos I’ve favorited over the years. I turn to these videos to cheer me up and make me laugh. They might do the same for you!
For the first time in almost six years, I found myself unemployed. Though this was a self-imposed situation, being jobless opened my eyes to what it really takes to find work, and I realized the effect the job hunt has on people.
If you ever find yourself in the vast and varied lands of Latin America, these are the invaluable experiences I recommend you consider.
I was embarrassed to tell my parents that I was moving on after five years of working for one company. Both my parents spent decades in the same jobs and would never dream of…
As community managers, we facilitate the interactions people have online. How can we make sure that our little corner of the internet remains a place of kindness, optimism and productive conversation?
Now is the time to visit Cuba, before the arrival of U.S. tourist dollars that will undoubtedly lead to a new era of Cuban prosperity and a degradation of Cuba’s austere charm.
Many people see travel as the opposite of work, but there are many unexpected benefits that can help you in your career. Here’s how long-term travel can level-up your life!
When I talk about meal prep, I can’t help but sound like an infomercial: “What if I told you that you could save hundreds of dollars every month…
A company would not be a company if it weren’t for the customers or users, right? If a group of people are so important that your company would fail without them, then it makes sense to guard that group of people with your life—or at the very least with a community manager. Here’s why
A summary/reaction to one of the most popular books in personal development of the past 30 years: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey.
A commonly held belief about travel, particularly extended travel, is that you’re going to see the world and “find yourself” in the process…
I recently took a break from regular life. After five-and-a-half-years of living in New York City, working at a small technology company and never taking a vacation longer than a week at a time, I suddenly started craving new experiences.
Welcome to my journal where I flex my writing muscles with a new post on the first of every month. Stay tuned for articles about online communities, personal essays and other interests and projects I’m working on. Thanks for being here! -Donal