It's Cinco De Mayo! You know what that means? That means it's time to get real serious about this blog. Jay kay y'all! Cinco De Mayo has about as much to do with this blog as it does Mexican Independence. Go watch this video before getting drunk and calling everyone amigo.
I saw this helpful thing I wish I had heard years ago. The guy said that people get discouraged when looking for jobs because no one gets back to them, so they think it has something to do with their resume or cover letter, but really it just has to do with job hunting being … Continue reading I Apply to Job
Today I applied to a Copy Editing job at HGTV. How did I get there? Well I decided I might as well apply to jobs that use my English degree, since I can't seem to learn enough about computers to build an app that will get me a job and then make my job unnecessary … Continue reading My New Job Search Goal
My fingers get cold when I type, and my stomach feels kind of funny because yesterday I was in Flushing eating pig hearts. What I been doing? Writing down my life, basically. There's a lot of things I done that I never thought about before. Maybe some of the things I didn't want to think … Continue reading Thinking About Doing Things or Having Done Things
Look, I'm very busy alright. I don't have time to write anything clever. I'm still here, though, for whatever that's worth.
Why can't I apply to more jobs faster? Because the job postings give me extreme anxiety. And then there's the applying part.
Let's talk more about that book Rush and the notes that I took. Here's a quote: If fifteen minutes of meditation is good, thirty minutes must be better. That's an example of linear thinking. My latest guru, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, likes to talk about how we're conditioned to think linearly, or maybe not conditioned, but … Continue reading Must. Do. Moar.