You have clearly missed it. I thought I knew everything there was to know about spirituality…. It was ET who finally pushed me over the line.
The idea of getting PAID for it was just icing on the cake, haha… except for when it rained or snowed, Ugh. And when our parents told us to get a job for the Summer, of course we had to do it together and have some fun with it ; So my friend worked out a deal with the manager of the commissary there which is like a grocery store for military families, only a LOT cheaper than any others for the rest of the world!
Man that was a killer partnership… loved every day of it. Always more fun to get work done with close friends! I was so pissed off… those kids loved me, and I loved them right back: From like 10pm until 2am I was in charge of giving everyone their shoes and lanes for Cosmic Bowling — remember that?
When all the lights go out and they turn on the black lights and dance music?? One of the BEST ways to network and meet people!
Pretty funny… Btw, a little known fact: My brother lasted all Summer though: And all it entailed was picking up and moving debris from Thesis still not done huh site Thesis still not done huh the large trash bins back and forth all day long… Super physical, but super easy.
Well, I was that person to give you that tour, and then at the end would ask you if you wanted to buy one of the timeshares for yourself: I always felt real icky at the end of each day. This one in particular was at a literal stamp factory where of us were on assembly lines making sure all the stamps were coming out and packaged okay.
Oh, and you also had to work 12 hours shifts from 6am-6pm which took some getting used to. But then you also got Fridays off: It was pretty cool and unexpected. And had it paid, I probably would have done it more as a real job! Which doubled my time again there, along with many other responsibilities, but also came with more pay and excitement.
I even got to meet a lot of celebrities and musicians that would come through during concerts too and take their pictures!
And one of them entailed renting out speed boats and pontoons on our local lake from 6 am to 4pm on the weekends: It was great to be out in the sun!
As long as those cars were washed, everyone was happy. Even if there was blood or dirt all over the inside, bleh… Another interesting note: You got to meet everyone who worked there on a rotational basis, and spray water all over the place while jamming out to some nice tunes!
And the funniest part was that it paid MORE than most of the servers or other people back there too! It would be a full-time job with benefits what are those?? I quickly snapped it up and it soon became my newest favorite job so far: It was nice to stay so dry the whole time while ALSO meeting a lot of new and cool people who were forever coming in and out of the store all week.
I even used it as a springboard to finally move back to NYC for good in hopes of chasing my dreams of doing who-knows-what up there, and xfered over. Which ranged anywhere from picking up coffees in the morning, to being the personal assistant to the star and making sure that she a woke up on time and b was as happy as she could possibly be during filming.
It was awesome though I never had any money once I got to all these fancy places! And then I got laid off. Places where you can dress and style your hair however you wantwhile at the same time having a MUCH bigger impact on the company!
And one I loved like no other no more corporate policies, woo!
This lasted about a year until they tried moving me to another area when they thought my skills could be used even better they turned out to be wrong. I had enjoyed my customer service stuffand I desperately wanted to get back to it.
At the same time of all this self-recognition, I also noticed the company was starting to putter out and realized it was only a matter of time until it eventually shut down or got sold off. One of the major downsides of working at a startup — you never know how stable they are!
And I saw the writing on the wall and dipped out as soon as I found my next home. And over the years my salary got bumped higher and higher as our company grew and grew, and all was good in the world for a couple of years.
So my customer service duties vanished over time, and I moved into more of a project management role helping out with the various deals going on within the company. This job was so-so, but the benefits continued to grow like crazy and we were bringing in the millions the company, not me so it was a no brainer to stay on board.Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love.
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