The student is the teacher: helping out in Blogging 101

In the month of October, I focused a large portion of my extracurricular work time on training new Automatticians and Happiness Engineer trials. We covered tools, tickets, tone - and in every session, a trainee taught me something new. This is a reason I love to teach. The joy of a student's discovery is always … Continue reading The student is the teacher: helping out in Blogging 101

A day in the life of a Happiness Engineer: word counts

Word Output of Happiness Engineer Andrea Badgley on October 8, 2014

Originally published on Butterfly Mind, October 2014. Several friends have asked, "How's your writing going?" now that I've got a full-time job. While I haven't been writing as much for my blogs as I was when I was a stay-at-home-mom, I am excited that my job as a Happiness Engineer involves writing All. Day. Long. … Continue reading A day in the life of a Happiness Engineer: word counts

A day in the life of a Happiness Engineer: Tuesday

Rainy day by Andrea Badgley on Butterfly Mind

Originally published on Butterfly Mind, October 2014. I wasn't sure if I'd be writing a whole series this week on my life as an Automattician, but today was so different from yesterday, I felt compelled. My Monday Day in the Life was very, well, Monday, with scheduling and time slots and laundry and my first … Continue reading A day in the life of a Happiness Engineer: Tuesday

A day in the life of a Happiness Engineer: Introduction

Happiness Engineer Venn Diagram by Andrea Badgley on Butterfly Mind

Originally published on Butterfly Mind, October 2014. When I applied for my job as a Happiness Engineer, I wasn't entirely sure what the job would entail. The job title is unique, for sure, and when I wore my Happiness Engineer T-shirt on my way to the company's Grand Meetup, three different people stopped me to … Continue reading A day in the life of a Happiness Engineer: Introduction