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This is what it could look like when one completely deconstructs a life as one knows it, and how to build from the ground up. Alternatively, this is a fresh look at an old story. The fine art of falling apart.

rantings of the employed

Oh. Are the days back when I post more than once per day? Unlikely. It just appears that I have a few more moments on my hands than normal.

While I'm not privately stewing about the fact my current employer doesn't seem to want to offer me (styling social worker extraordinaire) a full time position here, I am scanning the newspapers for daily news tidbits and amongst other things, any new job postings.

I've even opened up the rest of the country to be available to my daily newspaper scrounging activities. As well as some parts of the United States. I'm willing to relocate, I have skills!! Why aren't I being snapped up like brand new pastry in a New York City Bakery?? And you know, I'm kinda cheap.

Maybe it's my resume. Or my cover letter. Maybe, the hiring people can see through my brave facade and they realise I'm really kind of desperate to stay employed and will stop at nothing to get work....just maybe.

But...not really. I have a back up plan. And truth be told, I'm really not all that cheap.
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