We’ve been quite busy planning our move back to North Carolina, and I’ve actually moved ahead of Karen and the kids to start my job at 2tor.com as Vice President of Curriculum and Faculty Relations where I’ll be representing 2tor as it partners with UNC Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler School of Business to launch its unique and pathbreaking online MBA program. It’s truly the job of a lifetime in which I’ll be able to pursue my passion for innovative business education with a great company and a great business school.
So, in addition to not having any time to blog, I’ve also had to set up temporary living quarters in Chapel Hill until the rest of the family moves here in June. I’m going to use this post to start listing the must haves/must do’s and other lessons learned from being a bachelor for three months:
1. Internet service at home. Got that set up today. Now I’m not dependent on reading the Wall Street Journal or New York Times on my iPhone 4 when in my apartment, which was certainly not ideal.
2. Nonetheless, I still depend heavily on my iPhone for contact management, GPS, internet when I’m not using my laptop, social networking, and of course, making phone calls.
3. Amazon.com for outfitting my apartment with dishes and utensils, bedsheets and blankets, and everything else I need that is still back in Okemos, Michigan for now.
5. Bed, Bath and Beyond email sign-up for those 20% off coupons.