Trust me, tell them the truth and do it now.
With cohesive experience in aimlessness, malaise, and self-loathing, I believe I have the combination of spirit and emotional illiteracy to be a weighty resource for the unconcerned employer.
You don’t know what you’re supposed to do, or where you’re supposed to go. There’s a path in front of you, but there’s so much dust in the air, you can’t tell which way to go. You can’t tell which way you’ll be safe.
After reading so many unsolicited manuscripts, there’s one thing I frequently come across that makes me sort of want to tear my hair out, and with this, this is some crucial advice that I would stress to writers who are looking to publish their work.
The worst way to find a mentor to go ask for one. The best way is to recognize the one that’s already there.
Put in the hours that you need and use the rest of the time to chase that passion that put you here in the first place. I hope to see you on the other side when it all comes together.
Chances are without that cash train coming in, you’re pretty strapped in the funds department. But if you’re really feeling the shopping itch and are dying to get out of the house, thrift shops will become your best friends. What other place can you get two books, a cool t-shirt, a vase (for DIY-ing, obvs) and a retro necklace for ten bucks? Nowhere my friends, nowhere.
Most people with office jobs have had to sit through some kind of seminar or video about sexual harassment and appropriate workplace behavior.
You’ve cried recently. You’re able to honor your emotions. Do you know how many people struggle with this? More than you’d think. Emotional releases are healthy. You cried, you let it out, and now you’re ready to keep going.
This job is located at our headquarters in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. You will learn a ton about the media business, and work with a dynamic, lean team in a flexible environment.