Saturday, October 30, 2010

Tips for New Yorkers to Find a Job in Today’s Market - New York writing |

Thursday, October 28, 2010

When I grow up I wanna be a kid

It’s funny. When we’re little kids, we spend so much time wishing that we would get bigger or be able to do what big grown ups do. Remember those days. Now, we are an adults and what happens now.

If the truth were to be told, now that I’m all grown up, I really would love to be a kid again. I mean, think about it. No worries all. Just eat, sleep, go to school and have fun.

It would be awesome to go back to those days and even though I know I can’t physically, I can go there in my mind. I can make an effort not to worry as much about things I can’t control and have more fun in life.

In fact, I think all adults should give this a try. Instead of trying to be so grown up and in charge of everything, how about just relaxing and chilling out for a bit and allowing life to flow just like we did when we were kids? That’s an idea, huh?

So kids if you’re listening, please enjoy your childhood. You only get 18 years and then the rest of the time on this earth you’re an adult. On another note, if you are one of those unfortunate kids who didn’t enjoy your childhood, there is nothing to stop you from doing so now at any age. You really can have fun as live everyday with joy and happiness. Give it a try and life can be better than you ever thought.

I don’t know about you, but when I grow up I want to be a kid again.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Deceptive – An Angelique Monet Production Premiering in New York City - New York writing |

Friday, October 15, 2010

Social for dummies

Social media can be fun. It actually is one of the greatest things to happen in technology. It can be a great way to connect with old friends and colleagues, but there can also be a downside to social media if you are not careful. After interviewing for a bit during my layoff in 2009/2010. I was given some interesting advice for HR Managers. They stated that it is important to be careful what you post online. In fact, there have been instances where people have been fired or didn't get a job because of their posts on places such as Facebook.

My younger family members and friends state they are just having fun and while that may be true. Don't be dummy and post something online that you don't want to pay for later. One rule of thumb to use is this "If you don't want your parents or employer to see it, you may not want to even post it." Remember, even with the privacy settings, some things you write can come back to haunt you. Be smart about social media.