This girl needs a J.O.B.


Bored……I’ve cleaned house, got oil changed, walked dogs, bees are good, wax rendered, laundry done, floors mopped, closets cleaned, Zumba’d, Yoga’d, and ready to go to sleep at 6pm, and that was after a 2 hour nap.  I even took all the Knicks knacks out of the cabinets and dusted inside the cabinets.

There has to be something good out there.

I’m so grateful that I can find things to do while I’m looking.

26 thoughts on “This girl needs a J.O.B.

      • Hmmm. Well I have no knowledge about the mortgage business, but I do know quite a bit about eBay. If you’re looking for a side business/extra income, you live in one of the best places to do it. Cowboy boots hold their value, and Houston thrift shops are probably stocked to the gills with them! If I still lived in Texas, I could stock my eBay store with boots. Just a suggestion for your downtime.๐Ÿ˜˜

  1. Lol, I love that you’re ready for bed after a 2 hour nap..and I can’t believe you were able to get in a 2 hour nap with all that you did…you should hire yourself out as Wonder Woman!! Have you posted your resume on Career Builder, and looked on Ziprecruiter, Linked In, Indeed…I’m sure y0u probably have but in case not I thought I would mention them! Wishing you much success in finding a job! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Oh yea. I’ve applied for plenty of jobs. It’s amazing how many get cancelled after I apply. I had one company where I was going for my third interview, and they closed the whole business channel instead of expanding it.

      • Oh dear. I know a woman who is in banking and every bank she has worked for has been taken over by another bank and she loses her job. She’s worked for at least 7 different banks and it has just happened again and she is currently looking for a new job!

  2. Sure hope you find something soon. You are too good to sit at home and be bored! Have you tried finance companies? The small ones? They’re good places to start and when you work your way up to management you can make quite a bit. Where are you again?

  3. After you’ve been looking for a job for a while it’s hard to listen to people offer the standard words of encouragement. Looking for a job is a job and it’s as frustrating a job as there is, especially when the decision making is so damn subjective and people throw in their prejudices.
    I was in HR for a number of years and there is sometimes no rhyme or reason to why someone is chosen or ignored. Hang in there, Wendy. Stay busy, keep on a schedule and stay connected and relevant. Sometimes when you least expect it something shows up. Good luck.

    • Thanks. I know there is something good out there for me. A good fit is the paramount feature I’m looking for! I’ve got 12-15 good years left before I retire, and a lot of experience to bring to the table.
      You hit the nail on the head, it is a job looking for my re-entry point!

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