Sometimes, factotums are easily bored, always looking for something new to hold their attention. Just as likely, they're simply bad at everything and stumble from one failure to the next. And then there are the wanderers.
It's something to accept - when I'm broke, when I'm sick, when I'm uncertain how far away from normalcy my next detour will take me - that every path leads to regrets, if I allow it to. I don't know how this one is going to turn out.
There is a lot to be wary of when using CL for goods and/or services. Anything can happen. So, why, you might ask, would a person still do any business on Craigslist if there are so many scam artists, shysters and loons on the site?
If the next 9 months in Boston are anything like the last 3, it's going to be difficult to say goodbye. I can't imagine a better problem to have.
It's a rainy Sunday afternoon, the last day of September, bringing to a conclusion the first month of my year in New Orleans. 1/12th of a year over and where am I?Time goes slow in these first few months. On one hand, as each day passes in which I haven't landed a permanent job (well, … Continue reading September is over.
Hello fine people of the ether. I haven't written all that much lately, and I'm sure your days just haven't been the same. Here I am to provide a little update to sate that aching thirst in your soul. After a rough few months known as "winter" where unexpected unemployment (thanks, Levi's) and Seattle's infamous … Continue reading First Day of Spring Update
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Myopic With my current job soon to expire, I'm out there beating the streets (and the internets) looking for work. I've turned in probably 30 applications and/or resumes over the past month, and I will continue to do so as long as I haven't found anything. One glaring hindrance when looking for work is the … Continue reading Google, You Are Fucking My Shit Up