Last Week’s WW: Pushing Through
Okay, so, I know it Thursday. I’ve been really busy lately trying to find a new survival job. At the end of this week, I will be technically unemployed. I had 4 interviews yesterday. I had some the day before and some today. Couple that with applying to places online, and the stress of being broke, and you can hopefully understand why this post was late. I was even worried enough to accept a temp assignment next week. I have to find a way to pull myself out of bed at 7:30am (I went to bed at 4am last night) and work a 40 hour week. Yuck. In addition, I condemned myself to working 8 days in a row. Training tomorrow, my last 2 days at the restaurant this weekend, then 5 day work week. For an unemployed person, I sure feel like I’ve got no time.
And that feeling right there can be the productivity killer. Reality is, I do have time. I might be stressed and tired, but I have time.
On the flip side, I keep thinking of new stories that I want to write. Continue reading
Merry almost Xmas! Here’s a gift for you all. An extra Flash Fiction this week, Christmas themed. Enjoy!
All year long, Camden’s mother told him to be good.
“Santa is watching,” she’d say.
When he was four, he had heard that no such person existed. Now, at the ripe old age of six, he was certain it was just a fairy tale.
Too smart for his age, Camden had a streak of mischief that matched his intellect. He used his wit to keep his mother from suspecting that he knew the truth, acting immediately in fear of judgment whenever he was caught being bad. Continue reading