Tried to watch the Matrix again.
I fell asleep… again.
As much as I would like to get into the story, I don’t know why I cannot watch it and embrace it like the rest of the society. I like the story, it’s great but as soon as I watch the iconic fight scene between Neo and Morpheus I conked out.
Running (treadmill) +195 pts
Dumbbell Bicep Curl +68 pts
Push-Up +19 pts
Fire Hydrants +22 pts
Think you can beat me, or want to comment?
Well I went to a job interview yesterday. I went under the impression it was a planning position as the online description said it was… apparently interviewed for an entirely different job when I went in because it was a dispatch-like job.
Now let’s be clear, I am happy at my current job, I love the people, I love what I do but the pay, lack of potential career growth, lack of hours and the location make me sad. Now that I have graduated I think I need something more full time that can support and further my career. I saw this possible interview as that way.
Coming out of the interview, disappointed by it not being what I expected- I was conflicted with the feeling of wanting to do a different job for the sake of the new job and perhaps the upward movement. However, in the pit of my stomach, I knew they didn’t want me and I knew I couldn’t work for them. I hoped that they would politely tell me I wasn’t chosen so I didn’t have to tell them no. (They did, and my anxiety went way down)
I am not having much luck finding a job that is in my field of study and that I like as well. It seems that it is getting harder to satisfy both needs. I am now facing a fear I have had for a while, not using my degree at all. It’s not the end of the world, but I really want to do work for hospitality, but in this town, they don’t want me.
I am so frustrated, I want to apply to work at Dick’s Last Resort since apparently I have the bed side manner of a German orthodontist and provide similar service.
There are so many biased rants floating around as of late, and this is honestly how it really is. Shaming is shaming. No side is better, no side is worse. They are common because both sides use it as a way to defend their size, or to criticize the other. Neither is correct.