I hate my period.

Friday, January 24, 2014

I have been on track this whole month. I am so proud of myself. I am down 9lbs so far this month. This is the longest I have stuck to anything in months!

So, I have been trying to find a job for the past (almost) two years, since I moved up here. It is so hard, and it sucks. I have had interviews, but no jobs. Well, I had one in June, but I was "let go", because I wasn't good enough. It was calling people begging for them to donate to the Democrats, blah blah blah, I won't even go there. I hated it, so I didn't care. Because of the accident in August, for the past five months I haven't been able to look for a job.

I sent my resume to a gym for a front desk position yesterday, and I was called back five minutes later! I have an interview today. I am so nervous. I have really bad anxiety, which has made school and work hard for me in the past, and I usually get nervous and don't do so well in interviews. It doesn't help that I am in lots of pain from my workouts this week, and I just got my period this morning.

I am also unsure if my leg is ready for a job. I have no idea if I will be able to walk and stand for hours. Grocery shopping for an hour hurts it most of the time. Last week, the surgeon said I can and should go back do doing anything and everything, in order to help continue the healing, and get rid of the pain. If I get the job, or any job, I guess I will just have to bring my pain meds with me. I am just unsure if my leg is something I should tell the interview guy.

Long story short (haha, riiiight), I have several reasons I am nervous about this interview. I just hope I do well. Especially because I want a discount on a gym membership, haha.
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    Great job on the 9lbs!!!

    Keep me updated on the gym job!!! that would be an amazing opportunity! :)
    2665 days ago
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