Remember that new job I talked about a month ago? Yes, the one as a blogger. Well that job is still going on and the first post was posted yesterday on LinkedIn. This post already has several views and likes, which makes me very happy. Seeing that my writing gets any response at all just … Continue reading First post for my new job
At the beginning of the year I talked about a few things a needed to fix in 2018, one of which was getting a job. I did start off the year with a job as a tutor for kids in elementary school but I wanted something more, something that helped me practice what I worked … Continue reading New job as a blogger!
Today was not an ordinary day, it was pretty stressful for me because we we're car shopping. Nobody was going to buy a car today so we were really window shopping but Jose told me we had to play hard to get to get better prizes. That sounded allright to me, until it came time … Continue reading Stressful car shopping
Once school started this semester I started tutoring again, just like I had been doing during the last weeks of school in December. This is no easy job; I really don't know how teachers do it but I like helping kids, making a difference in their lives and being a positive role model. I hadn't … Continue reading Unstoppable Tutor
Last night I saw Puerto Rico from the airplane as I came back home. It was hard to tell were we were because I only saw little patches of light, I couldn't tell we were already flying over Puerto Rico.I knew we were here when I saw the metropolitan area in San Juan, most of … Continue reading I’m home!
I had my first sewing experience last month when I made my dogs two feeding placemats for their water and food bowls. I talked about this in an two earlier blog posts, My first sewing experience and I made my dogs a present. The second was poster on my other blog, My dogs and me. … Continue reading That time I made a cushion
On December 2, 2016 I wrote about not having a job this Christmas in a post called Christmas without a job. I tried all year to not end the year without a job, but I'm sad to say I had no luck. What's even sadder is that this year I never had a job, unlike … Continue reading Come on Unstoppable María!
It just follows me where ever I go! I still haven't been able to find a job yet, not even a temporary or part time one while I've been in Florida. I won't stop looking, I have to keep trying. Something good will be coming soon, I'm sure; I'm unstoppable and always looking at the … Continue reading Keep trying
After over a month the boxes my aunts sent my parents to help life after Hurricane Maria finally arrived. My mom was so happy with all the food, batteries, flashlights and solar chargers for cellphones and computers. Mail was already being delivered but when they still hadn’t received any packages I thought they had been … Continue reading One step at a time
I am still job searching, now there is more need than before but I think now the chances of getting a job in Puerto Rico are very small. I am still looking for freelance work and my portfolio is available right here on my blog. You can find it here, Writing Portfolio. I would love to … Continue reading Still looking for a job
Today I found a blog post from two years ago. This was about a job interview, one that didn't go well because I didn't get it; I don't even remember what job it was. This two years later and I'm still in the same place, nervous after job interviews, doubting if the interview yesterday went … Continue reading One more job interview
July 31st, the last day of summer in Puerto Rico. Tomorrow teachers go back to work, which means children have only one more week of vacation. Everyone is dreading having to start getting up early again and going back to work, for me it's back to staying home with my dogs all day. I'm waiting … Continue reading Bye bye summer
My goal this summer was to get a job, more important than going to the beach was to get a job, but summer is coming to an end in Puerto Rico and I still have nothing. I send and send emails, a went job hunting at the mall, spoke to store managers and left my … Continue reading Job crisis
I have a question primarily for other brain injury survivors but if anyone else feels like they have something to say, you are welcome to answer. As I have said before, I'm having a lot of trouble finding a job, I have been to a lot of interviews and applied to even more jobs but … Continue reading Five years is enough
Yesterday I met a new friend, Gabo. Gabo is an amazing human being and in just three hours he taught me so much, because he is not afraid of what will they say? He knows what he wants and he just goes out and does it, like his job. How did he get it? He met … Continue reading With the right attitude, you can do anything