The Do's and Don'ts to passing the Motorcycle Safety Course. You might want to take notes on what not to do.
Friends! What a journey into the real world of a 9-5 job! Culture shock! I am the first to admit that my last two jobs were, in fact, 'work from home', in the sense that I did travel- but my home base was my home office, and all of my supplies were haphazardly placed in... Continue Reading →
Friends, The clock is ticking down to my first day back at work. In an office. With people. During specific hours. Yuck. I have spent the last week working on finishing my book. That book that has sat within the confines of my computer for almost a year. And during this process, I have learned... Continue Reading →
In the US Armed Forces, the Purple Heart is second only to the Medal of Honor in terms of recognition. Furthermore, it is the oldest military award in the United States- but where did it originate?
Friends, Updates on my abrupt move from Alaska to Washington as well as my diligence in applying for every job in the western hemisphere for the past three months. Just to recap: Move to Washington: success! The upside: Family, activities, cheap utilities, delicious food, and this thing called Fro-o, which is apparently a frozen yogurt... Continue Reading →
Friends, Knowing me for any length of time, you'd know that I flop like a dead fish into opportunities rather than gracefully land on my feet. That is what happened to me today. It has been at least four days since I confirmed my intention not to return to work. I announced to the world... Continue Reading →
Week one is complete. It is week one of becoming a housewife / full-time writer and blogger / creator of a weekly podcast entitled The Real Housewives of America- A look into the lives of the women behind the President. I am overwhelmed. My stress about finding a job ended when we moved to Washington.... Continue Reading →
I have arrived in the lower 48. However, it is imperative to note that those who live in the lower 48 do not call it the 'lower 48'. How long did I live in Alaska? My family was waiting for us in our new neighborhood when the caravan of trucks, U-hauls, boats, and motorcycles approached... Continue Reading →
I have terrible luck with washing machines and dryers. Choosing between the $250.00 tried-and-true and basic model or the $1,300.00 model that does all the folding, putting away, and washing for you is up to you. No matter what- they'll only last about a year in my house. The most recent victims have been around... Continue Reading →
The adventure continues... For all of you keeping track, I am now up to 65 applications submitted. Five rejection notifications, three interviews for one not selected position, and one interview today for a company and position I want, leaving 58 possibilities open. I am not worried. Experts say there are plenty of jobs, but no... Continue Reading →