It's hectic, irrational, and mostly unpredictable.
Really, I wish I could say 'hey guys, all's well, I'll be more active soon'
but it's not, but it's not horribly bad either.
Going back to about a week before my birthday, I was involved in a hit and run collision (would say accident, but looking back, that poor excuse of a human being wasn't sorry at all for hitting me), which ended up with me getting a new car, under my name and all. So I have more bills, yay adulthood!
The previous car was owned by my father, and the only car I had until this year, so reason why I'm just starting to pay car bills. Super excited for my car though, it's not flashy or new, just an average 2000 Ford Taurus. Love that thing so far.
Second life update, I did it! Did what you say, well got my resume all fleshed out and finished. I've been dragging my feet doing it because 1: I hate selling myself, 2: I forgot pretty much my whole career history, 3: I really do hate selling myself. But when work has a lot of turmoil going on, I mean bosses yelling at each other turmoil, I think it's a prefect time to hit the road. In fact when I finished my resume, I was extremely happy, giddy almost. Started applying to other jobs today and will be continuing all this week, which this part is making me giddy.
Another thing why I'm looking for another job is in America, outsourced inventory season is coming to an halt soon; holiday season is among us. I will really have no work, which to me is 'meh', I've been running around these last 9 months feeling like I've been used and then tossed aside many times, having some time off to actually enjoy my life with family and friends is kind of nice. But really, going back to my car payment, on top of loans and a credit card, I can't afford down time. So time for another job.
I really did make my job life sound like a living hell, but it could have been worse, a whole lot worse. I mean if the car that hit me was just an inch (a few centimeters) to the right, I could have seriously hurt to the point I couldn't type this. I could have lost my job months ago, heck I could have become the new area manager for all I care, which at that point I would have totally quit. I guess it's just easy to explain the worse, because once I wrote it all down, I felt better, speaking about it makes one feel better. The good I got out of these past months, friends that I wouldn't give up the world for from both my past and from work; a new car that is 99% mine (until I get that loan paid off); many coworkers who tell me that if it wasn't for me and taking my time to actually make them feel welcome and teach them how the company works, would have given up months ago.
I've learned a lot, and sadly me becoming more active is still a bit off. Really, I don't know when I'll be able to do a lot of stuff now. Life is just funny that way.