Yesterday I read Jocelyn K. Glei’s article on The 99 Percent Simplify Your New Year’s Resolution Process: Reflect, Select, Remove, which stressed the importance of positive reflection when looking ahead to the new year. 2011 was my year of getting over the initial shock of being out of college and in the real world, but in the end, it was unmistakeably a great journey. Continue reading “My 2011 Year In Review and Five Favorite Blog Posts”
Lesson Learned: I Went On A Grouper Date/Was Part of a Dating Scam (allegedly)
I was in some small way part of a scandal – does that mean I have finally arrived?
I met Jerry Guo during Happy Hour at General Assembly. We started a conversation, acommon practice for such networking opportunities, when he said I would be perfect to try out his start-up Grouper, which was/was not a dating site. You signed up, allowed access to your Facebook profile, and get matched up with a member of the opposite sex. Grouper arranged the place and time and both the guy and girl were supposed to bring two of their friends of their same gender. It was supposed to be a great way to meet new people in a swanky environment. I thought why not and Jerry followed up with me a week later. Continue reading “Lesson Learned: I Went On A Grouper Date/Was Part of a Dating Scam (allegedly)”