I could make of my time what I wanted, free of warped expectations or fears of how I should be feeling or what was coming next. No longer was my fixation on crossing the Monday-to-Friday monkey bars. It didn't have to be, because it didn't matter what day it was. It was today, and nothing else mattered.
Two days off never feels like quite enough, does it? Between home projects, cleaning, errands and social engagements, Sunday night can arrive quite suddenly. Striking the right balance between preparing for the week ahead and actually feeling as though you had a weekend is a delicate art, but it can be done.
During a summer weekend, many of us look forward to family activities, going to a beach, eating good food, or maybe just catching up on Mad Men. (Don't spoil the finale for me!) But while you are enjoying your leisure time, you can also be networking. Here are three tips to incorporate networking into your summer weekends!
With the arrival of warm weather, I scoured the web for alternative races taking place near New York City and found out about the City Challenge Obstacle Race. As the fastest growing obstacle race in the Tri-State area, the City Challenge Obstacle Race hosts races in Jersey City, Hoboken, and New York City.