Written by Richard Liu, shared on the blog by Earnin. As the world hunkers down to weather the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), work is shifting gears as well. In many industries, working from home (WFH) is going mainstream. It’s a smart way for companies to limit […]
But be reminded that even if you’ll only be talking to the interviewers via phone or video calls, you’ll still need to present your best self to pass the rounds of interview until you get that final job offer.
Oh, I’m not sure if I told you guys,but Mikayla Boss dropped by during our Girls’ Night In last week. I haven’t seen the girl in so long and lo and behold, she decides to make a surprise visit!
I’ll share with you guys 7 Key Tips to Survive Working From Home this Pandemic. The Work From Home experience is surely different for everyone given one’s line of work or current living situations. I do hope that any of these tips may help ease your work from home experience during this time under quarantine.
How are you all doing? I know it might be difficult to answer right now, but I do hope that you guys are okay. This pandemic has gone on way too long. We’ve all been staying at home and doing what we can day by day to survive despite the great uncertainty that clouds our future.
I’ve been totally into reality tv lately because even if they do have structured formats, each episode is sure to bring you excitement and this deniable sense of amazement.
With everything you’re seeing on your feed or reading on your timeline, don’t you agree that social media is just super toxic for your mental health right now?
How are you holding up? We’ve all been in isolation for quite some time now, and I have to admit that it’s an everyday battle for me to stay sane.
It’s weird but it’s like the first time I’ve discovered the wonders of sleep. Every time I’m awake, it’s like my body just wants to go back to sleep again.
I haven’t seen the sun in so long, I only vaguely remember my life beyond my bedroom walls. I can only imagine the road from our front door leading to a dangerous place where the virus continues to spread.