The question isn’t whether I should leave. It’s how to go on the interview for my dream job, bearing in mind I am not entitled to personal or sick days at the moment.
I feel like you should shake me and say “Only a bridezilla would put her wedding over the needy!”
“I took the job!”
“I am worried that taking this new job somehow means I failed because it’s not what I set out to do.”
Factor in a sick child and a broken health care system, and it doesn’t matter how “fairly well off” anyone appears to be. He could be three bills from bankruptcy, as so many Americans are.
What to do when an Uber driver asks you to hang around.
At night, I remind myself that I am okay, that I did work today and I have work to do tomorrow, that I have plans for every fear that chases the edges of my thoughts.
The letter writer featured in the Rambling Man column earlier this week sent in an update, and we wanted to share.
If you or someone you love is considering getting pregnant — with or without the support of the ACA — please, feel free to learn from my mistakes and take into account the following.
It is appalling how the culture of work in this country has evolved to the point where employers can and do demand that employees fully curtail their private endeavors even in areas unrelated to their employment.