This might sound cheesy, but I just want to make a confession-
As I’ve said to many people, one of my favorite things about my job is the people I work with. And out of all these amazing people, Alice, who works on the same team as I do, has become one of my really close friends. This is something I didn’t expect, but feel so lucky and blessed to have- a colleague that I can call a good friend. 🙂
Anyways, so she knows I’m kind of…a rookie in the kitchen. So after I commented on how good her lunch smells, she typed out her recipe for me- To be honest, I was so touched when I saw this email at work. And I gotta say this is the most humorous recipe I’ve ever seen…I mean, how many times have you laughed reading a recipe? 😛
This recipe is easy, relatively fast, and really delicious (I’ve got my roommates’ approval ;))! I really love this recipe and the way Alice wrote it, so I asked for her permission to share it on my blog- Thank you Alice!! 😀 ❤
So, you say you’re doing “client services” in an ad agency. What exactly do you do?
Now that I keep telling everyone how much I love my summer internship experience (and my current job!), I get this question a lot. In Wunderman, we call ourselves “strategic client partners,” but to folks outside of this industry, it’s sometimes hard to grasp what we actually do. In fact, some people just assume the stereotype that all we do is deliver messages and “make clients happy.” So, what’s so hard about this job?
….Continue to read here on the Seattle Wunderman Network Blog to learn about what it takes to be a good Account lead. 🙂
HAPPY SUNDAY!!!! =)))))
First of all, I know I’ve abandoned this blog for too long. It’s been more than a month since either of us wrote.
I guess too much has happened in the past one month, and both of us have been busy with work…but now I finally feel like I have my life back on track, and have so many new and exciting plans (which I shared with Nora on Skype today)! More on this later. 😉
But today, I want to finish my post on Lean In (as promised in my last post). Since Nora has started this book recently, I thought I’d share some of my favorite takeaways. It may not be super organized as they are just my personal notes, but if you like what you’re seeing in this post, I would strongly recommend you to read through it. 🙂 Of course, if there are any points that you find interesting but need clarification, feel free to ask me more. 🙂