July has been a crazy ride! I went on my first job interview but then I backed out because I didn’t feel ready to work yet and enter the world of the adults. Someone told me about the job opening, sent my resume and the next day I got the confirmation about a job interview. It then dawned on me that if I get the job my entire life will change. I’ll have to say a semi farewell to my books, my blog, my life of staying at home every day. During the job interview, I found out my expectations about the job is slightly different from what they’re going to make me do and that made my fear of accepting the job more clear. A couple days after the interview I took a lot of time to think if I should continue with the opportunity or not. I’ll definitely miss my freedom, I don’t think I could give the company what they want. I wasn’t exactly up for the challenge. It was so much change, too fast too soon. I was not mentally and emotionally prepared. It was like going into battle without a single weapon, not even my wits. So I didn’t. But now I think I am, I have enough motivation to want to find a job and start working.
I also made a crazy decision and did it again which lead to meeting new people with different perspective and they’re surprisingly nice. I now wish I could travel anywhere and anytime I want to meet different types of people. It’s exciting and liberating.
In July I finished all my YA ARCs and now I just have a few left. I don’t think I’ll be requesting ARCs to focus more on getting a job and when I get employed focus on my job. Honestly, I’m excited.
Reasonable Doubt: Volume 2 by Whitney G. (will be a completed series review)