Unless you're the mom of a baby or toddler no doubt you've experienced at least one disappointing if not downright miserable Mother's Day. Mine was the year my middle son (who was immersed in finals at his college) 'forgot' to call.
I've done something a few times over the past few months that I would never have dreamed over doing 10, five, or even two years ago. I've attended events completely stag. And let me tell you something, it ain't so bad.
It's not just introversion that can act as a handicap in these situations, but also discomfort with a communication style that works to your advantage in the workplace -- something that many of us are discouraged from this as kids: shvitzing.
Your 20s are a time when the things you do -- and the things you don't do -- will have an enormous effect across years and even generations to come. Here are 9 things that so many twentysomethings do that mess up their lives.
I was fortunate enough to spend the past two weeks in London and Paris. Here are my sweeping generalizations about London and Paris and most likely unfair comparisons between them and our city by the bay. Take 'em or leave 'em.
Greetings, SFTEs and SFTE-adjacents! I imagine you've gotten used to the acronym by now. In case you haven't, here's a little refresher: It stands for San Francisco Twenty-something Experience, and I invented it.
Summer is approaching and your twenty something is graduating. The last thing you want is your twenty something using their lack of experience and the slow job market as an excuse to lay on the couch watching reality TV.