What’s it like to have a job at NASA? To work AT MOTHER LOVING MISSION CONTROL?!!! How do you not get one million ulcers? How often do people make ‘rocket scientist’ jokes at you? Today, Sarah Ruiz is telling us all about her 14-year career at NASA and the truth about weightlessness. Obviously, Sarah’s interview answers are her own and not some official statement from the National Aeronautics And Space Administration.
What’s it like to spend your workday coming up with euphemisms for sex acts? How does that affect your own sex life? And do you tell your parents? Today, erotica author Linda Mercury is telling us all about it!
A 2014 survey found that 27% of employees have experienced workplace bullying. I hope this never, ever happens to you, but if it does – know that you’re not alone. Today, Lauranne is sharing her story.
You might not recognize Sarah’s gorgeous face, but you might have heard her in a McDonald’s commercial, in movie promos, or yelling at you in your favorite video game. Today, she’s telling us how she fell into this career, the weirdest sounds she has to make as part of her job, and how she takes care of her voice! (more…)
Here’s a fun fact about me: I hate networking events and I (almost) never go to professional conferences.
I love meeting new people and devoting big chunks of time to deep-n-meaningful conversations about life/work/money/creativity. But I don’t want to have those conversations in hotel conference rooms and I don’t want to drop $1,200 on a ‘Mastermind Group’ full of people I don’t know.
In February, I coordinated my very own retreat with Kathleen, Sarah, Kyla, and Katie. If you’d like a step-by-step plan for how to do that yourself, I wrote you this free guide.
If you need a bit more convincing, here are 6 reasons why you should DIY a creative mastermind retreat:
How far is it from academia to lacy underthings? Maybe not as far as you’d think! Four years into her PhD in English Literature, Jeanna walked away from the academic world to sell pretty underwear (though, of course, it’s not quite that simple or straightforward).