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the next day follow-up to the job hunt continues

I rose out of bed about 6:40 this morning. I ate some bread, drank some water, showered, dressed, left the apartment about 7:15, and drove to the place I told I would deliver for during the Valentine’s Day holiday rush. At 8:00, the ten of us that showed up filled out some information, had a […]

the job hunt continues

Today marks the fourth week since I left the corporate hell where I dedicated two and a half years of my work life. Fortunately, it seems that the vacation is coming to an end because the job offers are finally coming together. Last Friday, I interviewed with a coffeeshop for a barista job. As soon […]

the necessary reboot

Howdy. I hope you had an excellent New Year’s celebration. A few weeks have passed, since I’ve updated this. One of my resolutions that I plan to stand by is to write more in this than the past nine months if the variables are right. This post will be a big update, so I hope […]

the days you never want to end

Saturday and Sunday have come and gone. I always dread when these days end, because the weekend is too short compared to the work week ahead. This weekend was enjoyable for a change. It usually goes by before I really get a chance to grasp it, but I think I had some good use of […]

the decrescendo

The days have been numb, and my holiday spirit been mostly non-existent. When your job is to manage multiple projects simultaneously, it can be overwhelming. When more projects areĀ  added to the pile, then it turns into a nightmare. When the allotted time to rest is consumed, I hang on the edge of the dreamworld […]

the candy bars and soda for brunch

After a splendid four-day vacation for the Thanksgiving holiday, Monday returned which meant that the 40-hour work week was back in session. The painful monotony goes a little something like this: Sleep. Wake up. Shower. Dress. Grab a candy bar and a soda. Hop in my car. Drive to work. Work. Drink a soda and […]

the double-double permanently alters your soul

This four-day weekend was much needed. Yesterday went well. Thanksgiving dinner was a success. The turkey that Mary carefully basted throughout its cooking time turned out excellent. We had way more food than the stomachs could hold, but everyone enjoyed the meal. On Friday, I was sort of lazy but did some productive things here […]