Words of Encouragement

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Hunting for a job isn’t easy. It’s especially not easy when you’re applying out-of-state and are currently viewed as “unemployed.” It’s hard to express to potential future employers that I left my last job on good terms in hopes of finding a great job in a new city. (Who does that?!) There are many days when I think it’s nearly impossible to get a response from an application for what sounds like my perfect dream job. I often feel like my resume and cover letter are submitted to a black hole of online employment postings that get lost in the mix of thousands of other job seekers. How could I possibly stand out? Maybe I’m not as good as I say I am on a cover letter (and that’s a whole other blog post, I’m sure.) Continue reading

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Time to Make a Move

Perhaps I need a kickstart. Perhaps 2013 is the year of finally doing the things I said I’ve always wanted to do.

So far I’ve traveled around the world to Australia, started taking classes to become an educator, began volunteer work, built new friendships, turned my hobby as a photographer into a legit position (getting paid is sort of nice), been to concerts of favorite bands “just because,” had my voice heard as an event announcer…and it looks like there’s more to come.

We’re at the half-way point in the year, and so far 2013 has been good to me. Today, my boyfriend accepted a new job position in a different city and has asked me to join him. He’s that kickstart I’d mentioned earlier. We often dream of doing big things, but when the moment comes we fall back to where we feel comfortable. I could stay in Jacksonville and be happy enough. OR, I could be with the person that makes me the happiest and together experience a new city, new people, new stories…

My next big move is coming soon.

So, if anyone knows of a good place to work and live in Atlanta, hit me up!

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