humanity

The real lives of businessmen, professionals, the everyday man, stay at home parent, healthy lifestyle influencers, and general feel good human stories.

Brandi Payne15 hours ago
Where I Came From
Since the age of 14, I had been a runaway and lived most of my life on the streets. I was a prostitute since then because I was too young to get a job. When I turned 19 is when I was introduced to dru...
Kay L13 days ago
The Fear of Graduating
Like many others, the final day approaches where we walk across the stage and accept our degree. All those 4-5 hard earned years of tears, sweat, and probably more caffeine than necessary materializes...
Rebellious Thoughts of a Recent Grad
Six Figures, Continued Education... or Travel?
Kay 81517 days ago
Are You a Good Customer?
Everyone interacts with customer service representatives almost on a daily basis, whether you are calling your insurance company or picking up food through the drive thru. Have you ever asked yourself...
The Work from Home Lifestyle
The work from home lifestyle does not give the user the ability to be a slob. You can still shower every day along with getting dressed although some people like to do the work from home lifestyle, wh...
Rosalyn Grams24 days ago
Confessions of a Disabled Job-Seeker: The One with the Bee
FlightIt has often been said that bumblebees defy aerodynamics and should not be able to fly. However, a recent study showed how the tiny wings keep the bee in the air. The study, published in the jou...
irene tijama month ago
The Joys of Retirement
Retirement age is defined as above 65 years old. Almost all of us find it hard to accept the fact that the retirement age is the final stage of human life. Getting old is inevitable and we cannot chan...
Rosalyn Gramsa month ago
Confessions of a Disabled Job-seeker - The One with the Call Centre
I applied for a call centre position for a very large bank in Glasgow with a horse for the logo. We were given our task feedback at the interview. I was pleased to find out that I got the highest grad...
Will Jackson2 months ago
Dear Customers
Let me start this off by saying, if you think that this letter isn’t for you, it’s probably for you. I’m not about to be nice, because one thing is for sure: I’m tired. This is for every customer who ...
JennyMae 2 months ago
Taking the Leap
Sometimes the worst part about making a decision is the three hours it takes between decision and execution. Recently I decided to leave a part time job that I had been working for seven years. I was ...
Maria Marino2 months ago
Mid-life Crisis at 20 Years Old?
Hello all. Maria here. For those of you who don’t know, which means all of you, I am currently 20-years-old. I also live in New Jersey. Yay? Not really. I’ve brought myself to write this very personal...
Restaurant & Retail: Not for Me
Hi everyone. My name's Shadow. I used to work as a crewman at McDonald's. You can imagine how that went—at least the majority of you can. Not only did I get grouchy customers every now and then, but t...
Bazooka Teaches3 months ago
The Thousand-Dollar Parking Ticket
So I was driving for Uber on a nice Thursday evening in Glendale, California. It was cooling off, and the streets were crowded with Angelenos enjoying the weather. I had three young ladies that were f...
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Jos Green3 months ago
On My Own
From the moment any kid turns 18 all they want to do is escape from home and be on their own. I was no different. While I knew I wasn't ready at 18, I was trying to make myself ready and find a way. I...
Katie Kostelic3 months ago
19 and Unemployed
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Katie, and I'm a 19-year-old student who just moved to Chicago full time after a year at a college in the city. At the end of my third and final quarter of my ...
Victoria Tabak3 months ago
"Hey! Those Were My Ideas!"
I've written stories about what it's like to be an educator in this world and how others perceive me because of my profession. But have any of you ever had someone within your own company befriend you...
Mia Price3 months ago
Life Limits
Something I have always struggled with is where I want to go in life. I have absolutely no clue where I want to be when I'm 30 and married with a toddler running around the house. Hell, I don't even k...
Rayelle McKown4 months ago
The Reality of Compassion Fatigue and Burnout
EMTs, police officers, firefighters, social/case workers, medical professionals… they’re the bleeding hearts, the empaths. They often see the very worst of us but the majority of them choose their car...