Whistle While You Work

Even as a young kid, I liked to organize and clean out my things. I’d spend hours pulling apart the medicine closet or the garage to discard things forgotten or spoiled. My room was spotless and I would extend that to each corner of the house as much as my parents would let me. I... Continue Reading →

Young Guns 2008

I started working at an investment firm as an assistant in 2008, just a few months before the Great Recession started. I could go on and on about what happened and what it was like there, but I’m pretty sure you already know. The sense of urgency in each day was compounded by the fact... Continue Reading →

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