So I Was Job Hunting, Then I Found A Job

But I really hate it. But I hate job hunting more.

After about a month of job hunting, I took the day job because it was the first job offered to me after I graduated. It’s full time and it has benefits and it’s work I have experience in. The problem is it’s just the kind of job that I decided to go to college to avoid having to do for the rest of my life. So now I really want to give my 2-weeks-notice. But I’m afraid, because, I don’t know, social anxiety, maybe? Continue reading “So I Was Job Hunting, Then I Found A Job”

Graduating, Starting A Freelance Writing Business, and Launching A Literary Magazine

I woke up this morning with absolutely nothing to do. Well, except move. Oh, and read submissions for Likely Red Magazine, an online literary magazine that just released its first issue this week. And I need to job hunt. And promote my blog on social media. And work on more content for here and possibly a few other blogs. Oh and write more on my novel manuscript and edit some of my short stories. It’s getting to be about time to submit some of them to other journals and publishers, too. You know what? I guess I have a lot of crap I need to work on. And Now that my classes Continue reading “Graduating, Starting A Freelance Writing Business, and Launching A Literary Magazine”