Hey everyone. I apologize for the lack of updates lately. As you probably know, I'm moving to Sacramento this summer, so I've been working a lot and trying to get a job up there, etc. I actually just got hired on as a part of management for Goodwill on L street (YAAAY OMG I'M SO EXCITED I REALLY AM BUT I'M TRYING TO KEEP THIS PROFESH. AKA PROFESSIONAL BUT WHO CARES WHEN YOU'RE IN PARENTHESIS?!?!?!!1111!). So that's really incredible, and I'm excited for that. Nineteen years old and a part of management for a huge charitable company.. Hard work pays off, ya'll.
A while ago, I wrote a sort of essay-blog-bullet-point thing about getting jobs. I figured I could share it with you all, since I know a lot of young people read this, who may or may not have jobs, or who may or may not have had good experiences with finding jobs. So here's some helpful tips from me to you. Once again, it's a bit out-dated, and perhaps a little bit on the edgy attitude side.. but I was heated when I wrote it, and thus.. yeah, just read it.