Life has dramatically changed ever since Duke completed his boards! We have been really enjoying the free time; being able to go on walks, start projects, FINISH projects, watch our favorite shows, travel on the weekends; just the simple things that play a big part in our life! Needless to say, I am loving the rotation schedule and am so happy to have my husband back (or for the first time- not sure which one)!
A huge burden that comes with moving is the starting all over part... feeling scared on unfamiliar roads, leaving relationships, and worst of all, finding a new job. Ironically, CNN was doing a segment last night on how unemployment is on the rise again- hitting 9.2%. Scary.
Last year I was so lucky to find a job in Erie, it took three months to find, but it was a great first "real" job. Therefore- it was not fun having to leave and venture into the world of monster.com and careerbuilder- very intimidating. Early into the job hunt this year I decided I did not want to mess around and I was going to try another professional staffing agency (something I used in Erie).
Long story short..when I went to interview and talk about possible positions they could connect me with, I was offered a job with them! It wasn't a done deal at that point, but after 3 weeks of waiting, phone interviews, real interviews, and a lot of nerves, I was offered the job! My main role is going to be placing potential candidates in jobs that will suit them- I am very excited to be able to work with people everyday and help them find careers they would otherwise not be able to find!
This opportunity is a huge blessing. I was expecting the worse, worried I would have to wait another three months! My first day will be the Monday I get back from Arizona/California- so I will try and enjoy this last bit of time off!
WOO HOO for new starts and one point for team Cleveland!!