But all my work happens online: case studies, infographics, e-books. It's rare that anything gets printed. My whole day involves being inside a building and looking at a computer screen. I gaze briefly out the window at the wind rustling the trees, the waves on Puget Sound, the burning sunsets—and then return to my screen. My brain thrives on the research and writing, but my body wants to interact with something more concrete and organic.
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|Love this little dish. Thanks, Tena!|
I will continually optimize my strategy for navigating scree fields. My real-time data analysis will include looking around at, you know, everything I can see right there in real time. My powerful tool for improving decision-making will be checking the weather forecast. My legacy solution will be my old tent that I've been meaning to upgrade for years. My centralizing of data will be putting maps and a compass in the same Ziploc bag.
|Goodbye message from coworker. Thanks, Mia!|