(NOTE: This and several upcoming posts were written several years ago when I was married. I thought it would be fun to share them. This one in particular was written during the recession.) Applying for jobs isn’t what it used to be. You can’t just “pound the pavement,” walk into a place, and hand them … Continue reading Applying for Jobs Sucks
(NOTE: This and several upcoming posts were written several years ago when I was married. I thought it would be fun to share them.) I had a conversation the other day with a friend. We discussed why women’s work is viewed as worthless, even though most of the time we are the spine of a … Continue reading Women’s jobs aren’t worthless, dude
(NOTE: This and several upcoming posts were written several years ago when I was married. I thought it would be fun to share them.) I suppose enough criticism from everyone in your environment can help you to determine whether or not you’re a worthless wife. Your family, your kids, your significant other, and even your … Continue reading Who determines our worth?
Settling. I see people around me doing it all the time. Settling in relationships, settling in jobs, settling in circumstances within their control. But I can’t do that. I refuse to waste even small moments of my life settling for something that’s not making me happy. I‘ve done it before, and it’s a big time … Continue reading What Are You Settling For?
I know I’ve only been posting about my dates from hell, but I have actually had some pretty good dates over the years. However, most of those had no chemistry on my part. Obviously, I had three months of great dates AND chemistry with OC, so that bar has been set to only find good … Continue reading And Then I’ve Had Some Good Dates…
Sometimes you don’t notice things about yourself until someone else points it out. One of my friends pointed out that she’s noticed I have been mentioning a little about my ex husband more so than usual, mentioning things that he did that pissed me off. I guess I had been obsessing more with OC and … Continue reading When Memories of Your Ex Dredge Up Annoyance
The first turn-off in my marriage was the day he cried. No, not just cried. Bawled. No one had died, and nothing bad had happened. Big Baby sat in the beige recliner in front of the tv in the living room of our brand new home and bawled his head off all because he couldn’t … Continue reading First Turn-Off – The Big Baby