Old Tales from Old Navy: The Broken Door

What follows is a tale from a long ago time when I worked retail for a small business known as Old Navy. What you are about to read is mostly true-ish. There are a lot of stupid people out there. Maybe stupid is the wrong word. I should probably just say ignorant. Because the people … Continue reading Old Tales from Old Navy: The Broken Door

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Out of My League

One evening, while I was on a break from work, I heard a song being played over the store's speakers. Honestly, I didn't hear the whole thing and I don't know what it was about. I'd never heard the song before and I had no idea who sang it. But one line talked about a … Continue reading Out of My League

Where Misery Takes You

Being miserable in one's work or career can be a very dangerous place to find oneself. Because misery leads to desperation. Desperation leads to unwise, probably impulsive, decisions that could have long lasting ramifications. I know because I've been there. For nearly four years I worked as a bank teller. Describing myself as miserable during … Continue reading Where Misery Takes You

10 Ways to Know I’m Old

If you've been following this blog for even a few days, you know that my birthday was this past Sunday. I continually attempt to trick myself into believing that I'm younger than I actually am. I do this by hanging out with a group of friends who are, on average, 10 years younger than me. … Continue reading 10 Ways to Know I’m Old