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Back to the Proposal Grind

I know I should be treating freelancing as a second job, working 10-20hrs per week to make ends meet. But I admit I forget about that a lot. It’s time once again to make that better. My husband recently fell near his work and has been unable to work regular hours for the past month. Luckily, his workplace is covering him for much of the work time lost and subsequent surgery. However, January has been slow enough that my position is a drain on the store where I work. I… Read more Back to the Proposal Grind

Be Positive (Sometimes)

It was brought to my attention that perhaps I’ve made my experiences sound like I have a nightmare job. I didn’t mean it that way at all. I’ve had more good weeks than bad ones, but sometimes the good weeks go by the wayside because I’m too busy to try about them. If I hated my job, I wouldn’t stay. I’ve learned a lot and I have a positive future outlook overall.  I’m also trying to focus more on my own creative work. You’ve  probably noticed a little of it.… Read more Be Positive (Sometimes)

The Most Greatest Awesomeness

I never claimed to always use words gud.  Anyway, this week was good. It started out hectic but we hired a third person at work and that helped so much with catching up and having less to worry about in production. I’m sure when things get crazy we will really appreciate the third pair of hands around the shop! In other news, I’ve had some time to play games. Been playing Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. A really great addition to the franchise. I had a few late nights… Read more The Most Greatest Awesomeness

Indescribable Inertia

I grew up in a house. My parents owned houses my entire life. When I turned 30 I was finally able to move out with my then-boyfriend to a very nice 1-bedroom in Wheaton, IL. It was a lucky find and I love it here. I don’t want to move away from Wheaton. But there’s nothing we can afford but studio apartments, which would be a huge step down in room for us.  It should be air in the wind compared to the journey I’m on trying to work full… Read more Indescribable Inertia

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