I’m a soft-spoken Communications/PR Specialist who believes that I’ve done well at my job if no one from my professional circle knows anything about me. No, rather than letting anyone who knows me truly know me, I choose to pour my heart out to the internet. So, here goes:
What’s it like to be too skilled for basic positions and not able to get a position you’re actually qualified for? Living it.
What’s it like to have your every decision judged under a microscope? Living it.
What’s it like to be treated as though you don’t care, simply because you have different values? Absolutely living it.
I live for my work. My world was flipped upside-down recently as I was fired, without-cause, from a job that I worked at for nearly a decade. As I navigate the job market again for the first time in ten years, I can’t help but feel as though companies are going about the hiring process in all the wrong ways.
I love to travel. I want to see the whole world and I want to revisit the places I’ve already been and already fallen in love with. My hope for my travels is an endlessly changing horizon and for each day to have a new and different sun.
I long for books. Chapter books, cook books, picture books, empty books. I love to read and on some love dream of being a writer, in some way.
This is my Millennial Life Crisis.