Job Hunting and Inner Peace

I spent most of Monday applying online for jobs. Most of them were work at home gigs, which I really want. Some of them were part time which I wouldn’t mind. And a few of them were full time which I don’t necessarily want. So, of course I have two interviews today for full time positions at marketing firms. I didn’t want to turn them down just in case it was something that turned out to be an actual good job. One is downtown. One is west of me. I’m super close to downtown, so that is the one I’d probably prefer. However, when the girl called to offer me an interview, she couldn’t really answer any of my questions about the job or the position. Everything was very ambiguous. So I finally just told her I’d ask whoever interviews me tomorrow.

I’m not sure how I feel about a company who can’t (or won’t) tell me the exact job description. The website looked like a total sales job. The “what we do” section was also very unclear. So I will find out today. The pay is supposedly a base pay. No “sales” or “incentives” involved. Again, we will see if that is actually true. The second interview is with a similar company so I didn’t even bother asking what their position entailed because I figured I’d get the same aloof answers. So I just agreed to come for an interview.

I’m feeling pretty content and at peace with the stuff I already have going on right now though. Flea Market Guy says that he can float the bills for a while now since I had been doing it for a couple months while he was figuring things out. He is back to having 2 jobs that he can easily pay the bills with. I have one side gig already that will pay my required monthly bills almost to the penny. So I’m thinking that maybe I will just focus on writing and publishing for the next few weeks until my magic workshop happens at the beginning of October.

My magic workshop is supposed to give me all the secrets to become financially free. And who doesn’t want that, right?

So I’m not sure what my future holds, but I am feeling very positive about it all.

I’ve gotten a lot of advice, online and in person, this week that has been super helpful. My favorite snippet of advice I’ve ever gotten was “change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” It’s a gem of advice that I repeat daily.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever gotten?

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