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I'm Back. Again! Lol.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

So, thanks to an old high school friend who unexpectedly reached out to me on FB, I have returned to SparkPeople. I've been lazy and haven't taken care of myself and that is just enough of that. So...moving on.

It is morning. I feel sick from the coffee I drank (it bothers my tummy). So, I had a pear and a granola bar. Hope that and a lot of water will settle things down a bit. It doesn't help that I'm nervous as heck because I have a job interview at 2pm today. Listen, it's not my "dream career" or even in the right field...but I figure, I can be a writer ANYWHERE....I simply have to WRITE. If there is talent and hard work, someone is bound to recognize that someday...regardless of my "day job". I've just come to the point where I feel it's not worth slaving for 45 hours a week to bring home $12,000/yr for a family of 5 and miss precious time with my family to work for a company that could decide to stab me in the back and one day ship my job to the Philipinnes with no notice whatsoever. It's just wrong. I need money (SO much more money!) And I need security. And, well, back to the University I go (*fingers crossed*).

Looking forward to this new journey. Seriously glad to be back.

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    1. Coffee makes war with my tummy too. I have to be sure I've eaten before I have coffee and I really have to be in the mood for it or craving it to have it at all.

    2. My company is currently hiring for several positions. If you'd like, you can apply there and use me as a referral. I've been there 4 years and have not looked elsewhere...yet...

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    2290 days ago
    I hear you about the company thing (mine is the same way and I'm about to quit). Well good luck on everything!
    2290 days ago
    Good luck on your job interview!!!!,
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