unfloopy: Reese Witherspoon | fly (Default)
Spent most of the day proof-reading my dad's company website. Full of gramatical errors, I tell ya.

The other part of the day I spent gathering stuff for my portfolio. It's about time. I should have done it months ago, actually.

And all the while I've been thinking about what exactly I'm doing with my life and I think I came up with a plan for the next six months, which is a little traquilizing. After that I will see if any of it works out. I hope something does.
unfloopy: Reese Witherspoon | fly (Friends | sky blue and black)
Spent my entire day sending my CV all over the net. I'm beat. I think I'm gonna watch a movie now, just for some comic relief.
unfloopy: Reese Witherspoon | fly (Joan of Arcadia | just juggle)
I spent, like, three months doing pratically nothing, and now I have a lot of work lined up for the next 30 days. Oh joy. Let's list it:
  • Internship Relatory. It's the last thing I have to do and then my internship is done and I just have to wait for my graduation and I'll have my Pychology major. It's already partially done, as we turned in a half-way-through realtory around July/August, so basically, I just have to describe the whole nothing I did for this second semester. Thing is, I want to enter it in this national competion thing, so I have to redo some stuff and I want to write a very good argument about a psychologist's place at a school. And that's probably gonna be a lot of work. This is due in the first second week of December.

  • I have to work out a lot of stuff for my first semester job, including basic stuff like getting a good place, harder stuff like finding a common grounding for the work with the friend that will be working with me, and silly but incredibly important stuff like advertasing the project. All kinds of due dates here, but the advertasing thing needs to be done sometime this week, because the first week we're supposed to be handing out this stuff is the first week of December.

  • And, finally, I just got an email from my boss at the magazine, to let me know I'll be starting the work on the next number this week. He has sent me an article already. Gah. That was supposed to have happened two months ago. I hate how out of schedule this magazine is. If it wasn't such great pay, I would have given up on it. This doesn't have a due date yet. It will depend on when my boss finishes sending me all the articles.

  • All I can say is thank God the TV show is almost done for the year. Only three weeks to go.
    unfloopy: Reese Witherspoon | fly (Gilmore Girls | future awaits)
    I think [livejournal.com profile] thefridayfive is mocking me or something. =/

    1. What job do you have, and why do you like/hate it?
    I'm doing a lot of things, and so far I really like all of them:
    a) I'm in an internship at a school, working with professinal orientation. I love working with teenagers and I love the look on their faces when they realise stuff about themselves and the world around them. Really love it.
    b) Still on the internship, I also have this school newspaper made b the students thing going on, and that's been incredible as well, because I get to work with journalism and teenagers, which right now I would say are two of my passions.
    c) I'm working as a co-producer and co-director on a TV show (it's a psychology interviews kinda show) and even though I wish I was editing, it's been really fun so far.
    d) I'm working as sort of the page-designer of this scientific magazine, and it's been really great so far as well. I only work a week every three/four months and I get payed very well. I wouldn't say it's my dream job, but it's definantly a dream payment so far.
    2. As a kid, what did you want to be when you "grew up?"
    My mom says whenever people asked me that, I'd always say I wanted to be a mom. And I demanded Mother's Day gifts from my dolls. LOL.
    3. Is the job you have now anything like what you imagined as a kid?
    I'm not a mom yet, so... no?
    4. Do you have a five-year career plan?
    I barely have a five-year life plan. Besides, I want to take next year off, and I wouldn't call that a good carrer plan. =/
    5. In order to get the job of your dreams, is there anything you wouldn't do? Why?
    Yes. I wouldn't kill, I wouldn't steal, I wouldn't have sex with someone for it, I wouldn't go to jail, I wouldn't work for this uncle of mine (LOL)... really, there's a long list. Why? Because I think there's things, such as family and integrity and peace of mind that are more important than your job.

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