So, here's my mid-month wrap up of "New Decade, New Me." Doing things differently is hard and kind of sucks. In my effort to save as much money as I can, and do right by myself financially, I forgot one crucial thing: taxes. Being a semi-employed person means that I'm freelance, which means that I … Continue reading Death By Taxes
The Significance It's the last day of the year and also just happens to be the last of the decade. This does feel quite a bit more significant than other new years. I was alive for the last decade turn, and even remember a little bit of it. My parents threw a party, and I … Continue reading New Year, New Decade
With any new job, there is an adjustment period. Even if you have been at the company for a while. I am at the final stages of new role adjustment, but I am eager to escape the phase completely. No matter how much I enjoy the work, or I feel my co-workers and boss like … Continue reading Settling Into a New Job | Semi-Employed
I haven't written here in a while. Partially because of writer's block, partially because of laziness, and partially because of a busy schedule. Why is my schedule so busy you may ask? Well, because I got a job!!!! Do not fear! I will still be writing here! I mean, I pay for it, … Continue reading It’s Been a While… | Semi-Employed
Do you ever question the functionality of your email? I mean, do you ever wonder if your email is limiting the amount of and type of email that you should be getting. I ask this because lately, I keep getting interviews that end with promises of hearing back, but I’m not hearing back. Now I … Continue reading Why Aren’t I Getting a Call Back? Interviews Without Follow Ups. | Semi-Employed
Lately, I have been considering different ways to change my own life, to take control, to build a future for myself. It all started when I met with a guy who messaged me on LinkedIn. He wanted to talk to me about network marketing and he gave me a book by Robert Kiyosaki called “The … Continue reading Taking a Chance on Yourself | Semi-Employed
Was I fired or am I on standby?
Noticing the indent in the mattress in the shape of my body as I rise to the door The foam isn’t memory, just a representation of the mental state of me My voice echoes the creak of the wood under my feet Before the floor eveng gets a chance to speak Activities of the day … Continue reading Am I Stuck?
Should I stick it out for the experience?