Sometimes I think in blog posts the way I thought in status updates when I first joined social media in 2007. In my quiet times, usually when I’m walking around the grocery store or in the shower, I prewrite my next post in my mind. I have a conversation with myself about the quality, ask… Continue reading My grass isn’t greener
They say people are defined by how they respond in the worst of times. The news I got this week definitely qualifies for the worst of times. I continue to be semi-unemployed and did not land a teaching job with the district in which I live. The only district that I saw job openings for.… Continue reading I didn’t respond well
I quit one of my jobs without having another one lined up. I hated the job, I was miserable, and it was making my anxiety and depression extremely difficult to live with, so I quit. Immediately I felt this amazing weight lifted off of my shoulders. I was liberated. I was free! I could breathe… Continue reading I’m a quitter
Here I go again, complaining. I know, other people’s complaints are a waste of your time. Go ahead. Ignore me. I don’t mind. I won’t even lay the guilt on you. People leave all the time… 🙂 It’s the holiday season and I am still looking for a real job. Husband has an interview this… Continue reading At least I’ve got options
Wow. Stress. If you’ve been following this blog (I think there are three or so of you!) you know a few things. 1: I have been writing about the prospect of changing carrers/moving across country/etc. 2: There has not been a new post in a while. Reason for number two is heavily reliant on the fact… Continue reading Arrgghhhhhh!
Is there anything out there that can make you question yourself quite like looking for a job? I’m not exactly sure what I want to do with myself come this summer. I was convinced that I wanted to leave the teaching profession, and I’m still leaning quite heavily in that direction, but what else can… Continue reading Self Worth