Keep your nose to the grind and stay at it, every day. There are going to be days you want to quit, days you won't believe in yourself or in your ability to get out of the weeds, but keep grinding. Walk into work, do your job and leave. Don't pay attention to the drama … Continue reading Knocked Down & Dragged Out
What's love got to do, got to do with it What's love but a second hand emotion What's love got to do, got to do with it Who needs a heart when a heart can be broken Tina Turner said it best, what does love got to do with it? Apparently a lot, love has … Continue reading What’s Love Got To Do With It?
Ever wonder how Ramblin Randol came about? Without any further ado, And That's What It's All About explains it all. My attempt to switch it up to improve my blogging consistency. Sometimes I just want to talk, out loud and use my hands.
A second interview means something good, usually. Will the universe intertwine with good karma and let me make that phone call home, so my husband can finally move back to California? Read more to find out.
After a wacky interview on Wednesday, I couldn't have two weird ones in a row, right? It only takes one company to say yes to end my unemployment, could this be the one?
After seven whole days I landed my first interview. The position seemed promising until I dug deeper in to the Google abyss. Please enjoy the strangest interview I've ever heard about or had.
I had the the whole day on the train, but it felt nice to know I was halfway done with the trip. Traveling by train is interesting and definitely something I can check off my bucket list, but I'd suggest traveling by train would be more enjoyable with a friend. I went to the cafe … Continue reading Unemployment Diaries: California Edition Part IV
How will I fare my first night on the train? Come find out.
The first blog of my California Edition Unemployment Diaries. I'll be blogging about my experience on the train, and the hunt for employment in the golden state. So, won't you join me? (In my Mr. Rodger's voice)
A man and his neighbors yearly reunion. A small moment in time with great worth.