I spent part of this morning editing on of my blogs. I decided to hide negative posts related to certain people. I left most of the family related ones, but I felt some of the negative friend or family posts were too much and needed to be hidden.
I plan on hiding a few possibly offensive ones here, too. Some of the work posts here might be a bit too much to share online with people who know me.
Here is a question:
Is self-censorship a necessary part of living in society, or is it a hindrance to expressing feelings and intentions?
It’s important to stay in touch with friends, family, and acquaintances. It is especially important when a person is looking for a job. Here are some tips from thebalance.com on working your personal network for job leads.
People write everything from quick memos to novels on their phones.
I like to use mine as an idea notebook while out running errands or jogging in the park. I can write notes, take pictures, draw, or even record audio or video if I want.
Phones also function as social media networking devices. While it can be a bad thing to be bombarded with information 24/7, having the option to check a product or update personal Web information away from the desk is important for many individuals.
How do you use your phone?
What apps are most important to you?
I missed a key detail in a part-time job fair posting from my university: it is only open to students and businesses who wish to hire students.
I am no longer a student.
This may be an issue.
Edit: I called the office, & apparently I misunderstood the post. It is for current students & alumni. Time to put on my shoes & pound the pavement.
Here is an excellent article from Adobe on breaking through creative blocks. Creating and sticking to a schedule help a person move past the “I should be working” panic of the stay-at-home creative.
Adobe: Breaking Through Mid-Project Creative Block
While I do agree with some of his points, I think a person could work well as a night owl, too.