The other day I posted a comment on Facebook and it got tons of engagement, so I thought it worth sharing here on the blog.
Like many recent graduates, I absolutely love leisure time. After years of committing myself to school, athletics, extracurricular activities and more, I developed an appreciation of "me time"
When I’m looking for a personal development book, I want a book that inspires me without beating me over the head with a message, or getting too “fluffy” with miracle success stories and fairytale endings.
These lessons, I want to share with you today, with the hope that they will inspire you in your own journey:
Up until joining Maidbot, I was led to believe that the only way to succeed in the “real world” was by hustling to get the best summer internships available to undergrads while throwing yourself into as many extracurriculars as humanly
We're a generation of freethinkers, people with strong opinions, and a sense of entitlement that many say goes unrivaled by any other generation in history. So what does this mean?