Wonderful

Okay, time for some crappy personal stuff. My dad got fired from his job, most likely his fault, can’t really trust what he says. That means, no insurance for me! Yippie. That means, I need to find a higher paying job so I can get some benefits on my back.

Lets be honest here, Teavana is an amazing job, I’ve met so many people that have learned to love the art of tea and that have fallen in love with certain things that I talk about. It is pretty amazing to be sharing all this information that I learned and to be a part of a growing franchise that is connected to Starbucks. That company is pretty awesome and I wish that I can stay working there. But, I need more money. I need to get my car, credit card, and medical bill payed off. I need to get myself some health insurance and car insurance now since my dad can’t afford it. I need to get more money. I need to work my ass off so I can be okay. I’m not happy about that. Right now, I’m not happy with just working at Teavana. I have Mondays and Tuesdays off with my boyfriend, that is my favorite part. But I can’t wait forever to hear back from Teavana to see if I am going to get a higher paying position. I can’t afford it. I also need to save at least 1,500 by next year. I want to save even more, so I need more money. I need to. I want to.

I’m looking at jobs, I am being slightly picky, even though I shouldn’t be. I’ve applied at 3 places. 2 places as a server, and another at a sub shop kind of like Palmer’s. I need to get my application out there at anywhere. I want to find a bakery to work at, because I love baking.

It’s Thursday right now, it’s my day off. I’m going to relax a bit and apply to a lot of places. I just wanted to throw an update out there.

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3 thoughts on “Wonderful”

  1. The best of luck with all your endeavours. Keep positive, keep applying, prepare for interviews and maintain an unshakeable belief in yourself. Though I have yet (but I will) mastered this in myself, I have witnessed the incredible power this has in others.

      1. I am glad you appreciate the comments. I find it funny that some people can “like” my blog, but don’t appear as visitors. I mean, how can you like something if you didn’t read it.
        If I read something I liked, I want to comment on it.
        Being positive is hard…and I can say “be positive” all I want. Maybe what I should be saying, is don’t dwell on the negative–especially if it is future negative. It hasn’t happened yet, so it really isn’t part of your life now.
        Sounds like crap psychology, I know. Either way. I am sorry you’re having a tough time, and I hope everything gets better.

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