Write Then, Share Now

Wait . . . that’s backwards. But in all honesty, it matches the weirdness that is 2020. From new opportunities to businesses encountering mass layoffs and closures, there’s no way to verbalize what a trip this year has been.

Throughout the highs and lows, I’ve had some new articles and blog posts published with my past clients. Through the challenges of the year, I can say I’m proud of the work I’ve accomplished. Not only that, but also the many things I’ve figured out about what I want out of my career.

Match Plays With New Regulations

Teams, Sponsors Shift Gears as Live Racing Resumes

For some unfortunate reason, a website I used to write for, skipschool.com, seems to have completely removed themselves from access, taking my articles (four of that were linked below) with them. Although I have tried to use Wayback Machine to unveil them, I haven’t had any luck. If it means anything, here were the titles of the articles I had written.

College Students Face a “Second Wave” as Campuses Open (website has been disabled by owners)

You’re in Your Late 20s — Should You Get Another Degree? (website has been disabled by owners)

Degree-Free Job Opportunities of The Week (website has been disabled by owners)

How To Grow a Successful Business without a College Degree (website has been disabled by owners)

My heart is a bit broken about this, and I wish I had something better to say from a professional point-of-view. Granted, hindsight is 20/20, and I’ve learned to keep my own drafts in my Google Drive when legally able.

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