The Funemployed: An Interview Series

When the term Funemployed first hit my ears, I fell in love.  It sounded like a dream.  It sounded to me like combining passion with employment and that to me is a winning combination.  At the time it was the name for my budding new blog but now four years later I’ve been inspired to change course.  I’ve been blessed recently to meet lots of really amazing people and I feel like the world needs to meet them too.  When I was thinking about how to make this happen, I thought of something fun to do in order to bring them all to you.  From that desire to celebrate and share, The Funemployed was born.  So join me on this interesting journey of exploring women who are doing what they love.  Read about their ups, downs, success and failures, read about their journey to finding work that works for them.

Join me every Wednesday for our #WCW (Women Crush Wednesday) & #WWW (Working Women Wednesday) reveal.  Each week we will celebrate a women who is having fun at her job.  There are only two requirements, that you are female and that you are having fun.  Are these women perfect?? Of course not, none of us are!! However they have figured out something I’ve been saying for years, if you are going to do it for 40+ hours a week, then you should probably enjoy it!

If  you are a women that loves what you do and want to join our celebration, email me ( and tell me all about it!! Maybe you’ll be featured next!!

About Morgan of DCFunemployment

Welcome to DCFunemployment. My name is Morgan and I am a native Washingtonian and socialite, aka a person who is known in society and is fond of social activities and entertainment. I am a storyteller, connector, yogi, artist, stylist, teacher and cheerleader. I believe that we can all win, be great and make the world better. Morgan is a strategist whose work sits at the intersection of people, experiences, storytelling, events, brands and business to help people develop their dreams and turn them into reality! I practice collaboration over competition because there is room for everyone to succeed. Follow me here or on social media to see some of the best that DC has to offer.
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