Funemployment — Revisited

Ah, my latest episode of “funemployment” was one for the ages. Despite my daily to-do item with the words “blog post,” naturally, I waited to complete said post until funemployment came to a close. Brutal. Let me backtrack a second for those boomers or loyal Millennials (apparently they exist) unsure exactly what funemployment is. Well, it’sContinue reading “Funemployment — Revisited”

The Week Away From Her

Another edition of my dating saga usually (if I remember) featured in the Brunch Media Newsletter I don’t have a dog, but this seemed fitting. In soccer (and many other sports), there is a common part of the match called momentum. When forwards sense it, they will push upwards towards the ’18 & press the defenseContinue reading “The Week Away From Her”

The “Fresh Start”

So where were we? Ah, right,I just had the pleasure of getting called by a different man’s name in *her apartment. Naturally, I followed this up with the only course of action I know: inviting her to an EDM concert with my friends. Of course, leading up to this EDM concert (this time, Two Friends)Continue reading “The “Fresh Start””

Founder’s Dating Situation

Always featured in the exclusive Brunch Media Newsletter Most startup founders will keep you updated with their often interesting, yet mostly generic, journey of building their business. It’s cool, sure, but it’s been done. Many times. Here with BM, I’m taking a different approach. In this section of our newsletter, I’ll keep you updated onContinue reading “Founder’s Dating Situation”

Master of None is Too Real. Again.

Our man is back. Holy. Freaking. Moly. Those were the first three words that came to mind after finishing the second season of Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang’s Master of None. The second six words? I need to find a Francesca. Francesca aside (…who just overtook Sloane from Entourage as the TV character girl of myContinue reading “Master of None is Too Real. Again.”

The State of the Millennial Trek

Life be cray. As I write this during the return leg of a whirlwind mini-vacation (or as I like to call it, PTO-improvised) trip to Europe, two thoughts are running through my mind: I finally understand the whole travel bug and I can’t believe the Virgin Atlantic flight attendant just gave me a second pasty post-schmoozing.Continue reading “The State of the Millennial Trek”

OMG I Volunteered and Loved It

Smoke in the room. When I was of the ripe old age of 12, I was one year away from the date I was promised by multiple rabbis, parents, and friends would be the moment I throw out all of those childlike antics and become a man. Of course, I’m referring to every young boy’s dreamContinue reading “OMG I Volunteered and Loved It”

Wait, how many years of experience?

The Morning Bun: Quick blurbs with a fresh take on our young professional lives that we would probably share over mimosas…if it were not a weekday. Not me. One of the most frustrating parts of life is the clear contrast between what is attainable via instant gratification, and what is not. One side, we can getContinue reading “Wait, how many years of experience?”