I have been working from home since March of 2020. The challenges of balancing child care, work, and navigating the new world created by the covid-19 pandemic has been overwhelming. Like many others in the world living through these hard time, the end of my comfortable, albeit dull routines, has caused me to reevaluate what… Continue reading A Time for Reflection and Change
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Even though I am done with college (for now), I have not stopped learning. Whether I am learning new things in my new position or in my spare time, I believe in order to live a full life one must strive to continuously expand their horizons. In my new role as an operations analyst, I… Continue reading I’ll Never Stop Learning
Summer time is not an ideal time to find a job. This was my conclusion, after trying to count the number of applications I submitted. When summer turned to fall, I began to get contacted by a ton of recruiters. My anxiety shifted from the question of “What if I don’t find anything?” to that… Continue reading The Job Hunt Ends!
NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. It takes place in November. Camp NaNoWriMo is a summer version that began in 2011. These events take place online. A community of writers cheer each other on as they strive to reach their personal word counts. I am ambitious ,so I set my goal as 50,000 words.… Continue reading Camp Nanowrimo
This post is an update from the plan outlined in this post. After five days days, my Facebook ad campaign generated 71 clicks and cost 30.00. No recruiters reached out to me. My LinkedIn Profile received around seven additional views. I have two thoughts. The ad didn’t clearly market me for one role. I feel… Continue reading Employment Seeking Ad Campaign Update
In 2008 I accepted a job working as a flight attendant for Colgan Air. I had been trying to get an airline job for a couple of years. I had previously been applying exclusively to legacy carriers based out of my local airport. I had just attended an airline trade school as a last resort… Continue reading My Flight Attendant Years
I worked at Starbucks for a relatively long time. What can I say? I need coffee to live and it was a great place to work while I was in school. During my time there, I experienced a lot of personal and professional growth. These are my biggest takeaways: Anticipate your customer’s needs and then… Continue reading Lessons I Learned at Starbucks
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