Okay, gang. It’s been a minute. Given all that’s happened, it only feels right to attempt some sort of acknowledgment of this moment. Even if the words are hard to find.
So here it goes.
Most of us know that racial injustice is nothing new. Racism itself is a deplorable stain on our nation – riddled throughout our history, clearly enduring even in the present.
I’m not a bad cook. But I’m no Emeril either. And thanks to COVID-19, I’m in a position where I’m cooking now more than ever.
Mainly I’ve been focused on trying to eat healthy, keeping meals interesting, and making sure that none of it goes to waste.
Gang. I know this is not the time to feel frustrated about the little things.
The world is going through an unprecedented moment of danger, grief, and loss. Our essential workers and first responders are doing some of the hardest work of their lives. We all know someone, personally or through loved ones, who is struggling or already lost to the coronavirus. Not to mention all the people we know who have taken severe hits financially, having lost their livelihoods one way or another.
A lot has happened in the past few weeks with the coronavirus crisis. So I wanted to take a minute to share a quick update on my side of things.
Like many of you, I have no plans to leave the apartment.
I haven’t sat to “blog” in a while. So I thought I’d take a moment, to let you all know what’s going on in my work life.
I’ve been hiring. And it is quite the ride!
What I’m about to say may be controversial, but here it is! The days of LinkedIn being a valuable career tool are over. For me, anyway.
And if that sounds harsh, let me tell you that this wasn’t an easy decision.