Tag: Worklife Balance



April 13th, 2020

On the Other Side of COVID-19

We heard the first glimmers of people, including Gov. Cuomo of New York, talking about how to restart the economy. If you are a free market champion, you might want to subscribe to Unleash Prosperity. But onto class stuff. I hope by the time I graduate in December (and that I hope for, too), we will be on the other

October 24th, 2019

Light at the End of the Tunnel

After getting a B- on my stats midterm, I’m feeling pretty good about myself. It was with a curve, but I will take it any way I can and I was not the worst grade in the class, so that’s something. When you take a statistics class, you don’t just get your grades back, you get an analysis of where

March 22nd, 2017

Managing the Piles of Stuff

When I was a buyer at Rich’s–BC (before computers).  It wasn’t totally before.  We had a fax machine on the 5th floor in the other building and a big, honkin’, green screen computer on each of our desks.  It was basically a giant calculator with no connection to the interwebs. In those days,  my attempts to organize consisted of piles on my