I’ll preface this by providing some background. In 2018 I completed my Master’s degree in Project Management. Since 2010, I’ve been using the PMBOK® Guide framework to manage digital and web projects. I didn’t come into CAPM prep without a familiar background which needs to be considered as someone who doesn’t have that background would … More Operation CAPM – Part Two: How I Passed CAPM
I’ve been studying. A lot. While I was out, WordPress updated their user interface. It’s weird. Not sure I like it. But back to my certification exam. CAPM, or Certified Associate in Project Management, is the technical exam for project managers. I’ve been procrastinating since finishing graduate school but with COVID-19, work has been encouraging … More Operation CAPM – Part One
I ask myself if people can really believe this, but they do. Sometimes it’s cherry picking one issue and ignoring the others. Conspiracy theorists are really good at bait and there are so many emotional issues to choose from. But if a source can’t be relied on for some issues, how do you know it … More About Conspiracy Theories
I have the traveling during COVID thing down pat. Distancing? Check! Masks? Check! As little human contact as possible? Check! This time, we are avoiding plane travel entirely and driving to Colonial Williamsburg (C.W.). This is a very, very, very long overdue trip. I had pretty much given up but when they held a 50% … More Adventures in Time Traveling
Well. It’s been a wild ride, so far. I make no secret of my disgust in the outgoing administration and the nonsense and foolishness that abounds in the present day Republican party. So when there was, for all intents and purposes, an attempted coup d’etat, I wasn’t remotely surprised, only disappointed. But, it is temporarily … More Are We Really Still in January?