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Job Hunting III

Saturday, March 09, 2013

I would just like to thank everyone for the nice comments they left me yesterday. I think my job interview yesterday went well. They only asked me simple questions and had me fill out a background check form. What I'm really looking forward to is the teacher job fair in April. It's been hard to get back into teaching since after graduating I left home for another field/job and then came back after discovering that it wasn't for me. I would like to teach any grade that is K-2. I also have tried to be a substitute and I'm still waiting on the email for substitute orientation.

As far as diet goals go I'm trying to watch my sodium. My mom told me that we can get by with 500 mg a day but I strive for 2300 and that's easier since sodium is in so many things. I probably shouldn't be eating this way but I really like dinners that are already made that I can just heat in the microwave. I found some split pea soup yesterday that is not that high in sodium.
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    I wish you great success at the job fair.
    1833 days ago
    I wish you the best of luck in your job search! I taught middle school and high school science for 32 years, and though certainly not an easy job, I found teaching to be extremely rewarding. You just have to find the grade level and placement that suit you and your talents. That job is out there somewhere.

    I don't know the region in which you're searching - there seems to be quite a difference in job availability in different areas. Keep looking though - you'll find it!

    Regarding your sodium, it's one of the things I've had trouble with, too. I track it here, and use their recommended level instead of lowering it. Do what works for you.

    emoticon :) Gail
    1834 days ago
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