I had an old boss once tell me to “Dress for the job you want, not for the job you have.” At the time, I thought it was a cute cliche at best, that probably had truth to it. But, I wasn’t ready to give up the casual work wardrobe that my career in the Silicon Valley afforded me.
I’ve been in sort of a funk lately. As graduation gets closer and closer, so does this impending pressure of having to decide what I’m going to do with my life. I’ve always envied those who’ve had a “dream job” in mind, because it enabled them to create a path to success that was measurable and made some kind of sense to them. It gave them attainable goals to strive for. But if you disregard that short period of time when I was 8 and I was adamant on becoming a singer just like Brandy, that’s never been the case for me. Read More