I’m going to be 40 this year but nothing has made me feel my age quite like this:
I clicked on the post b/c I recognized the name but not the face.
Guys. Start popping corn.
The world is full of shitty people and things and I love reading about those from the safe distance of advice columns, including Ask A Manager. Allison Green is not only great with her advice, she often posts updates.
I have delivered two children. One c-section, one vbac (during which I tore, including ~inside~).
One per minute. I never answer them but I also don’t usually get more than 1-3 in a day. Six in a row now has me concerned that this will be my life.
So focused on breathing in and out of a paper bag between now and the polls closing that I didn’t remember it was my anniversary until my friend (yes, she has Rain Man levels of retention for dates) texted me.
As is my annual tradition, I spend from ~09/15 through Thanskgiving watching as much horror/creepiness as I can stream for free. I’m open to recommendations (note: I’m personally not into “Hostel” levels of gore, prefer true crime and ghost stuff). Assume I’ve seen most of the big name stuff like The Exorcist and The…
I’ve got some awkward work stories but either this job really is situated on a hellmouth or they need to get some cameras in to record a for real “The Office” because it’s A LOT.
Either he’s paying his mistress or this is the best 2-day-a-week “unpaid” internship on the planet.
I just recently binged the podcast (which was fantastic) and now Bravo has dropped the trailer for their limited series:
So... someone that I am kind of close to (A) is dating someone (B). By all accounts and first-hand interactions, B is a legit super nice, wonderful human being. Like, in every way, B is good people.
The colleague, she is still out on “leave”. No return date yet. No official comment on “why”, which puts it squarely in the realm of “HR” so it doesn’t take a rocket scientist.
Is this real? Probably? I mean, it’s almost too ridiculous to be true but there are FB screenshots, including replies so...
Over on Slate, Alison Green has compiled a list of the the 8 worst bosses in her column’s history.
I’ve posted before about a coworker with anxiety that’s so bad I literally had to go alert my boss about her slurring her way through a meeting with a Project Manager. Well... she is now “out until further notice.”
I previously posted about a colleague who suffers from anxiety and had a meeting where she was basically falling apart to the point that I said something to our boss afterwards.