Self-care, gratitude, healing, be good to yourself, best foot forward, positivity, balance, work, employment, sick days, job satisfaction
I’ve been a fan of Henry Rollins since his days in Black Flag, and was introduced to his storytelling and spoken word albums through a friend. He often speaks with a caustic, dry wit riddled with sarcasm and hostility, but he has a natural knack for telling an entertaining and funny story. Many of his […]Read more "Days of Gratitude, Day 13: Be Drinkable"
A couple weeks ago I wrote about one of my clients, M, who can be very difficult to work with. I had a less than fun time working with him in a one to one situation, and it happened in front of my boss. I was embarrassed and my confidence was shaken, but still, I […]Read more "Days of Gratitude, Day 12: Learning Stuff"
Yesterday at work was overwhelming. It’s odd how much my job mirrors real life in the sense that everything seems fine until it’s not. Contrary to how I used to think, life isn’t a constant state of crisis, and it’s not swinging from debacle to disaster like you’re in some sort of Samsara Tarzan swing. […]Read more "Days of Gratitude, Day 5: A Case of the Mondays"
I’ve gone through a lot of changes since I last made an entry here, too many to recall off the top of my head. Perhaps the biggest is that after 15 years of delivering pizza, I’ve decided to switch careers and move to something new, exciting, challenging, and rewarding. But let’s back up a bit. […]Read more "Been a While."
A couple of years ago I had a friend on Facebook whom I had originally met on TTPG. For those of you not in the pizza business, that is Tip The Pizza Guy (dot com). When I started posting on TTPG I was back in my Libertarian stage so I never really had a lot […]Read more "Days of Gratitude, Day 25: Forgiveness"
In November of 2014 I marked 15 years of delivering pizza. I’ve been at my current store since May of 2007. You could say I have sauce in my veins… but cheese would probably be more accurate. 15 years, 15 cars. Thousands of orders delivered. Money made and spent. Stiffed more times than I can […]Read more "The Delivery Chronicles, Part 7: The Zen of Tipped Occupations"