Lifestyle / Lifestyle Rambles · August 13, 2018

Getting your hopes up sucks.

Over the past couple years, I’ve established a pretty good track record of being introduced to opportunities that feel like a winner.

You know, when you nail an interview or have a really good connected conversation with a future employer?

It feels good. It feels right.

BUT OF COURSE, I can’t have nice things.

Almost every opportunity that I wanted ended in a fluke. Either they decided not to even have a certain position, pushed it back, didn’t “recall” our interview and meeting, or didn’t respond to any calls or emails checking in on my interview time.

This is literally the worst feeling ever and it usually makes me want to cry, but here we are writing on the blog because it happened again and I don’t know what to do.

In reference to my mental health good days and bad days—this is a bad day.


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