Taking Back the Blog
The story goes like this: I have a website called glostix. Kev likes the name. He jokes about getting his own website with a similar sounding name, so we can be a matched pair. I say, well hey, why bother with that when you could just be part of glostix too? And he’s like, oh hey, ok! So I set glostix up to be a joint-blog, with a shiny new layout, rearranging all of the pages (permanently jacking up orders and numbers of said pages), and WHAM! We has a blog. Except… nothing. Nudge after careful nudge, prods, prompts, strong hints and suggestions, nothing. Which has brought me to this day, when I just sort of gave up.
So now everything is back the way it was. Leading horses to water, etc.
In other news, I still can’t find a job. I’ve thrown out countless applications and resumes, gotten callbacks, interviewed, did my thang for nothing. I’m starting to worry less and less about it, though. Even though it pisses me off that everyone is looking for “experience” but no one is willing to give a girl a chance to GET experience, it’s not worth stressing myself over. I wish I figured that out before I started smoking again, because now I have to quit all over again, which is surely going to make my “don’t stress it” attitude hard to stick with. Still, not stressing the lack of work. If we can survive til the start of next semester, we’ll be just fine.