Tag Archives: Nonprofits

5 Great Reasons to Document Your Work

If you won the lottery and left your job tomorrow, could your org pick up where you left off?

If you’re thinking NOPE, then this one’s for you. Let’s get into it.

When we talk about doing mission-driven work, we hardly ever talk about documenting it al. That’s cause when you’re already so busy, this can be a drag! Documentation is the grunt work of event-planning with all the thrill of watching paint dry.

Writing this post, I was skeptical this would even make for an interesting topic.

But we can’t just ignore this topic! Drudgery aside, documentation is key to how we make a lasting impact at work. Plus I’m in documentation purgatory right now. …so I can personally attest, this task is so worth your while to do early. 😇

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The Self-Care Diaries: My Visit to Eastern State Penitentiary

Note: Eastern State Penitentiary has no clue I’m writing this review about my experience. Just in case you were wondering!

Sooo I’m veering away from my typical advice-y posts, to tell you about this awesome thing you must do on your next trip to Philly.

And if you had zero plans to visit Philadelphia, welp, I’m about to change your mind.

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We all need to do better in our team meetings.

Okay, let’s get into this. Confession time.

When I first started working, I LOVED meetings. They were my chance to hear from folks higher up the chain about what the heck was going on at my org! Plus, I wasn’t that busy…back then.

4 years later & everything’s changed. I’m a seasoned grump that has way too much on her plate, which means I’m dodging calendar invites like Leon from the Matrix. If that’s even his name. Is that his name?

Anyways.

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