It's been nearly a year since I wrote Part II of this ongoing series and with things being how they were, I had no idea when this topic would finally come about and when I'd be able to write Part III. That was until today when we got an email from HR stating the office … Continue reading The Days of Wine and COVID, Part III: The Return to the Office
The Days of Wine and COVID, Part II: Working from Home
As stated in my previous post, this is the first time I've ever worked from home save for that time I thought being a freelance proofreader would be the way to go (I ended up doing one project). As such, there was much to get used to – like, everything. And being my wife is … Continue reading The Days of Wine and COVID, Part II: Working from Home
The Days of Wine and COVID, Part I: Black Friday
So I found this five-leaf clover...
They Really Do Like Me
The job of a proofreader is often the least appreciated at any organization and goes far beyond the scope of making sure the word public isn’t mistakenly spelled pubic. Don’t laugh. I’ve caught that error in the past. We are fact-checkers, legal liaisons, and basically a safety net between the organization or its clients and … Continue reading They Really Do Like Me
I had been silent about this since the moment I considered it. Why, I don’t know. Maybe I was being too critical about all of the negative aspects that may come with being a driver for one of the many ridesharing services which, in this case, is Lyft. But I guess the only way to … Continue reading Lyft Lyfe