Ahh, we meet again.
It seems to have been some time since I have last posted in my blog. So much has happened in the last few months that it’s hard to account for my time. Is this what old people mean when they say “don’t let life pass you by?”
I’ve moved into a new apartment (twice), killed a vehicle and gained a new one, and have finally settled into a normal routine. I had planned on giving myself time to adjust to life after college before looking but, the time has come….Let the job hunt begin.
I have signed another year-long lease to live in Gainesville so I may have limited myself to the number of jobs in my field that are attainable…but I’m seriously hoping I can find a good fit. I feel like I just can’t accept a job because it’s been offered. I want to feel wanted, like I’m going to achieve something and make a difference, and actually fit in with the company. I don’t want just a meaningless post-college job. Some say it’s being too picky; I say it just means I have standards….(kind of like dating? except I hope the results of my job search will be the exact opposite of my dating life = non-existent; perhaps not the best analogy) Moving on!
Being the sports enthusiast that I am, I can barely contain my excitement for the coming football season. I’ve been prepping for viewing parties, tailgating and fantasy football since April. Really.
I have 2 weeks PTO that I’m looking forward to using before November. I think a vacation is in order. A fun one. With a hotel. In a new city. Something I haven’t done before.
In the end, I’m sure my adventures will lead to some fascinating (and probably embarrassing) stories, like they always have in the past. I think my life should be considered a tax write-off under ‘entertainment.’ Stay tuned!