In solidarity with all my non-techies. Some of these are harsh… but necessary.
1. Find a set of parents with whom to live, preferably for free. They don’t have to be the ones given to you at birth, in fact, try to look for parents that can also get you a job in your chosen field. Nothing says unconditional love like a little quid-pro-quo, right? Pro-tip: In the event that you are unable to find a suitable arrangement, many have substituted for a handful of roommates.
May 9th, 2019 — it’s happening y’all. The Bay Area is going all out for its 25th BTWD anniversary.
The first time I saw Tamar in action was at a training she gave our Environment Now team when we first started and were learning more about effective communication. I still remember the tips I learned that day, but more than that I remember feeling stunned by how refreshing her presentation had been: simple, direct, and engaging.
We know Tamar to be an exceptionally strong communicator, leading the School Ed. team that’s bringing Phoebe the Phoenix to students all over San Francisco and inspiring the next generation of environmentalists. …
just having fun