The Older I Get, the Less I Seem to Care.

Dating is like a roller coaster: You get tired of it after a while.

I’m at that point in my life where I feel as if I’ve ridden this ride too many times. I no longer feel sad or happy. I just file away the memories and start anew.

In the beginning, it was all about me, me, me–about what I lost or what could have been. Now I’m just a fountain of sincere well wishes.

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Wisdom of Knowing How and When to Quit (A Personal Reflection)

Did they think I was desperate for a job?

I’m not. I know my worth. If the company pretends not to need a position filled, then I’ll gladly withdraw my application from further consideration. And that’s what I did. I politely declined several job offers and ignored the rest on account of their lack of professionalism.

My philosophy is this: If a company doesn’t respect your time nor reciprocates your level of professionalism, forget ’em.

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