What It's Like To Be

What It's Like To Be

From postal worker to film producer, what is it like to do what you do?

A. M2 months ago
What Working at a Theatre Is Really Like
I've been working at a theatre for about three years now, supporting myself through college. It's easy, flexible hours, and I get to watch some great shows. No, I do not work at a movie theatre. I get...
Discovering Who I Am
Growing up, I was more of a follower. Standing in line with what I felt others wanted me to do. I valued myself based on the opinion of family, peers and complete strangers. Needless to say, my self-c...
Leigh Fisher3 months ago
Where to Start? Being a Writer Turned Vlogger
As a writer, it's important to harness every aspect of content creation and digital marketing. If you can do it and learn how to do it well, it'll benefit you in the long run. Since I did a fair bit of video editing in my student days for fun, I decided to give vlogging a whirl. I'm still pretty new to it and learning along the way, but I do have a few beginner tips to share. I have about four months under my belt now and a key that I have yet to get on my keyring is a consistent update schedule...
briana okay4 months ago
5 Ways Working Retail Can Make You Hate the Holidays
"Put the air fryer down and no one gets hurt!"
Alex Korr5 months ago
Top 5 Tips to Getting an Awful Customer Service or Never Do If You Want a Good Experience
Hey guys, this is my first blog and I hope I wont be judged too hard. I have worked in a call center for years and I have discovered that customer agents are not always as respected and valued for the job they do. I hope this tiny blog will educate people that if you want a good customer service service, manners cost nothing to you.Some of the things are of course exaggerated but it is just for entertainment purposes. Sometimes you can get an agent who is not as competent or is not very nice and therefore apologies for the experience wherever you've had this.There are also some amazing customers. I just wanted to raise awareness for people who think that what I have written below will help you in any way, awareness that if you want good customer service, manners cost nothing and we are all people, not robots as some tend to refer to us. We want to help you! I hope my fellow co-workers find it entertaining and be able to have a little bit of a laugh in the daily job. I am with you guys! You are all superstars!
Jack Asbury III5 months ago
Life of a First Responder
So I decided this would be the best way to get things off of my chest and out of my mind. I have never wrote a paper or anything of this nature so excuse the grammar. The thing I find the funniest are...
Greg Sanchez5 months ago
How Commercial Kitchens Made Me Cynical
Once upon a time, when I was a child, I wanted to grow up to become a mathematician. I dreamed of collecting data that could be used to solve mundane problems that could be key to a better society. My...
Life as a Ballet Dancer
It’s always really awkward at family parties when that one aunt, who isn’t really your aunt, but you call your aunt just out of convenience, asks you what school you’ve decided on or what major you’ve...
Alicia Schmidt6 months ago
Inside the Mind of a Writer
As of now, I'm a 29-year-old writer. What do I write? How do I get there? Well, that's a good question. Sometimes, I don't know either. The only thing I do know is that I have spent years writing, eit...