Hello all you lovely smiling faces!
Today, my guest post on My Worst Advice is all about getting a job! I say this because as a recent graduate, and having landed myself somehow in two jobs, I have a thing or two to share about this! Please note before I begin my tale that I am not licensed to give any advice. I’m not a therapist, nor a professional job helper-getter. I am simply a 24 year old who has gotten herself two jobs. So, brace yourself kids because here we go!
Here’s my worst advice for finding a job:
• If you’re about to graduate college, start looking for jobs early! Chances are there won’t be a ton available, but it never hurts to make some phone calls and meet some faces. If you’re graduating in May, and you start looking for jobs in March, you may find that jobs are scarcer than wine after I go to Target! I give you this nugget from experience. I didn’t have a big person job after graduating college, I was a nanny for a couple months after graduation. This is okay as well, because a job is better than no job! Looking back, I wish I had started looking earlier. Do as I say, not as I do, children! Read More
We have heard the phrase “actions speak louder than words” plenty of times, but that phrase like many other clichés are just part of our language storage and doesn’t usually get the full credit that they deserve. It wasn’t until recently when I was getting to know a coworker that this phrase began to really play into my view of people I interact with on a regular basis and those people that I meet.
It All Started When…
The conversation I was having with my coworker we were chatting about what high school we went to, what year we graduated, and our free-time interests. It was then the next question he asked that threw me off, he asked what my zodiac sign was. Now I’m not one to really follow zodiac signs or horoscopes, but I know there are many people that follow that religiously. Read More
As an online marketer social media obsession comes naturally and with open-arms in my mind. I am constantly using it as a tool for businesses, but seeing the different advantages (and disadvantages) play out in front of my eyes every day can drive you a bit wild. I must admit sometimes I just want to shut everything out.
I think the one feature that constantly pulls me back every time I think of shutting out, is how small it makes the world. I think it is fascinating that you can connect and communicate with millions of people in an instant with a like or comment. You can jump into a new culture or perspective with a few clicks.
Whether you’re a girl or a boy, there’s always comes a time when the infamous “toilet seat argument” comes into play.
This is usually how it goes:
Thanks for letting my ass fall in the toilet and get soaked in toilet water! You forgot to put the seat down, AGAIN!