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Last Day at CKR
Skye: Wishing you all the best! Going Out With A Bang!
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Mar
12

Looking Back with a Smile

As this is my last week at CKR, I have decided to look back on the things that I most enjoyed about my time here. Some would say these are the things that I’ll “miss,” but I prefer the immortal words of Dr. Seuss, “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”

1. Lunches read more...

Mar
12

Two Different Worlds

Walk into CKR and head upstairs. You will be dazzled by a cubicle-laden management floor enveloped in light. What’s more, a single flower – brighter than the fluorescence – can be seen from anywhere in the room. Playful voices and laughter float from desk to office and back again. During lunch, women congregate in the conference room to chat and smile and gossip. read more...

Mar
12

Love Me Some Mundane Tasks

This last week I have spent the majority of my time preparing the direct mail OnTarget campaign. The work has been mind-numbing, repetitive, and strangely gratifying.

Turning off your brain but remaining productive is undervalued. My peers and I often agree that internship work is not meaningful unless it will develop your skills in the field for which you’re interning. While mundane read more...

Mar
12

Tempted by the Eyes of Another

Needing glasses is frustrating. Have you ever seen Kanye West’s music video for “Stronger,” which popularized the Shutter Shades? Those frames were all the rage and all the coolest bros were sportin’ ‘em, but not me. I was stuck with my bulky prescription plastic Ray Bans; perpetually stuck in the ‘50s alongside Buddy Holly and the clerk at every read more...

Feb
27

Checking it Off

I’ve been called most derogatory terms for an organized person. Friends have belittled my focused work ethic by labeling me everything from “anal retentive” to “borderline obsessive compulsive” to “frankly, a little pathetic.” Yes. I get it. I have an unhealthy addiction to completing things. I like to look on the bright side, though, and read more...

Feb
27

Having Poison Oak at Work (Again) is Like…

Okay, California. I get it. You don’t want me here. Now please, stop giving me your diseases.

I have been in this state for just short of eight weeks, and have contracted poison oak twice. Most people I have explained this to have responded with something along the lines of, “That’s weird. I used to roll around in poison oak as a kid read more...

Feb
20

An Important Feast

My favorite day at the office so far has been last Friday, when three of my coworkers and I went to lunch at Sitar, an authentic – certified by my coworker Hetal, who’s originally from India – Indian buffet. It made me realize the relativity of excitement; had I spent these three months living in San Francisco and eating at a different place for lunch every day, read more...

Feb
20

Exercising with a Group in the Park

Over the last couple of weeks I have noticed more than any other time in my life that I am becoming an adult: I cook for myself, I get home from work at 5:30, and I shower regularly. However, there is nothing that shows my maturation more than Tuesday and Thursday nights, during which I exercise with a group of people in a park.

Let’s dissect that read more...

Feb
20

Appropriate Use of Time?

As an embarrassed member of a generation of freeloaders crippled by self-induced ADHD and crushing social anxiety, I often wonder what is the proper amount of time to spend on my personal Internet life while at work.

This certainly was not a problem that my parents faced; a common moral dilemma for an advertising professional or an attorney in the eighties read more...

Feb
20

The Similarities and Differences Between Internships and Bar Mitzvahs

Having worked at CKR now for 6 weeks, I have begun to notice many key similarities and differences between being an inern/internships on the whole and being a bar mitzvah/7th grade in South Florida that I think are worth noting.

Similarities:

  • Both offer more free swag than I have room to fit in my closet, under my bed or stuffed into my read more...

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