You get up. Grab coffee. Sit at your computer (in your PJs) and… the cat knocks over your water, you need to binge Queer Eye again, your bed looks way too inviting. Your apartment is filled with distractions, but the idea of fighting over a spot with a nearby outlet at your local Starbucks is a daunting and often fruitless venture.
Here’s what you need to do to hunker down and get to werk at home.
Today is International Women’s Day and as HRC once said, “women’s rights are human rights, and human rights are women’s rights.” At times it can be emotionally, physically, and mentally draining to keep up the fight for equality—especially in this Black Mirror-esque political climate. Still, it’s important to have tough conversations and work to make progress; no matter how small or irrelevant you feel your impact may be.
Our self-confidence seems to be tied up in social media. Your amount of engagement and followers are not only a source of pride, but also business leverage. It literally pays to be liked. We’re constantly subjected to the very best aspects of everyone elses lives, and it should come as no surprise that it takes its toll.