So I need something to do professionally MONDAY - THURSDAYS. I just had a job interview last week. I was certain that the owner would call me and inform me, but I guess I need to do the calling. Well, you have to be proactive to get a job. Even if they say they'll be the ones to first call you, 9/10 times you will have to do the calling first. Although I do feel tired and worn down working the weekends, I still want to keep working. I like having my days off, but something inside of me just wants to push it to the max. More money would mean a lot more options for me to pay student loans, better food, and maybe even my own place. It would be nice to own my own place, but everything is so expensive these days. It's a luxury to have your own home. After seeing a lot of my patients, most people live with other people in all kinds of home property. It's rare that anyone ever lives alone even if you hate and want to kill your roommate. It's just that everything is SO EXPENSIVE. $1000 for rent is the average in an area that isn't overpopulated by hoodlums. $1000 for rent!? Do you know how much food, utilities, water, and savings that is? That's a lot of money per month. Appreciate what you have I guess. There's no easy way to explain this, but I really need to work hard if I ever want stuff. The same rules apply for everyone else. You need to work hard, sweat your ass off, and be extremely persistent in your field if you ever want something worthwhile. I'm planning to make some phone calls tomorrow and see if there are any options. I'm considering COSTCO, because I want a simple second job that won't try to run me over with a tank. There's no other way around it people, you have to keep calling; making connections; network; be persistent; and be readily available once you get the job. Sure, we can all recede back in our tight, niche comfort zones but there's work to be done. It's only until you really want something that something will actually happen! YOU HAVE TO WANT IT! When there's a will, there is a way.
Well, thanks for reading. I hope to come up with some new material for next time!