archi-ninja makes no.6 on ArchDaily: Ten Most Read Articles of 2013

It’s that time of year again! ArchDaily recently published their Ten Most Read Articles of 2013. I am excited and humbled that an article I wrote not only made the list but came in at no.6!

My article is entitled 10 lessons when searching for a job in architecture; by a recent graduate, for recent graduates. The article is deeply personal, while lengthy and at times divergent it is representative of a point in time where I took a moment to gather and reflect on the difficult experiences since graduation.

It represents a two year time frame, involving important moments of travel, life changes and new relationships. The article is about managing the notion of self through re-configuring, accepting and creating expectations within organisational structures. The article probably applies to industries far beyond architecture and in fact takes its own inspiration from just that.

The article was a follow-up on a previous article entitled 10 things you don’t get taught in Architecture School; by a student, for students.

Via ArchDaily the article received over 2400 likes on facebook and was shared by over 260 people on twitter. It was also syndicated across the web, thank you to everyone who commented (with criticism or praise – you have contributed to making me a better person). Thank you to everyone to connected with me via email.

On the eve of 2014, I am overwhelmed by emotion, thinking about new the connections and friendships made via archi-ninja, and the support and generosity given towards my kickstarter campaign and subsequently shop archi-ninja.  Thank you for taking the time to read, to contribute, and to share!

Always feel free to contact me via email: linda@archi-ninja.com



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