An Update. We’ve mangled and meandered our way to Washington State. In this post, I write about our nightmarish and unavoidable journey back home to Washington State, land of some wonderful social service resources. … More We’ve landed. Washington State. *life event update*
So much fucking privilege.
Privilege to assume you know a life-built from a herd of abrasions.
Pigment is meaningless to those with little of it, just like Privilege
The barriers to success that have been systematically put up to condemn this poor lazy negro.
Why, should I want? Light skinned negress. … More Unwanted Words of Wisdom
Share content with a consistent color scheme, voice, and format. Bring your social media profiles and freelancing business into alignment. Alignment through a consistent message about your work, the work you do and the value you bring. … More Freelancing at SquareOne. Visibility & Brand-ability.
🦇 I just realized why I freeze when I’m really anxious and depressed, I’m frozen with fear. Fear tries take your life essence while hope… 🦇 My brain is trying to restart me the easy fix a weekend a camping trip nothing has to change Restart 🐱 🦇 control+alt+delete it. 🦇 Erasing a plan that … More freezing to restart ~ notes to self ~ from one depressed academic to another
The Personal Professional Biography of Johari Rose Du Pont A Depressed, Anxious, Academic, with Distressed Resilence Fun Facts about depression from the Anxiety and Depression Association of America “People with an anxiety disorder are three to five times more likely to go to the doctor and six times more likely to be hospitalized for psychiatric … More The Personal Professional Biography of Johari Rose Du Pont
At any age, at any stage in your career, you can start planning your professional journey while seeking out resources to support these plans. The first part of this “It’s Your Career” series will start looking at what you already have going for you and what you can do to capitalize on your strengths. It’s … More It’s Your Career: Part One
Seventy percent of employees reported that their most substantial contributor to stress was their job (Azagba & Sharaf, 2011). Fifty-one percent of employees indicate that job stress decreases productivity (Azagba & Sharaf, 2011). The Human Resources (HR) department can aid in stress relief without overhauling their policies and budgets. By focusing on one aspect of … More Mindful Talent Management