New Job, New Commute

I really like my new job. It makes a huge difference in life if you enjoy what you’re doing, and I’ve just recently realized how true that is. That said, the only downside is my 30 minute commute. It’s actually not too bad, I get to listen to the news on the radio and then a little music before I get started for the day, but it’s still not ideal. I’m aware I was spoiled with my 5 minute commute in Greenville, but I basically hated going to work every morning so that wasn’t such a great thing anyhow.

By |July 23rd, 2010|Photo, Work|0 Comments

Things Are Getting Busy

I’ve been messing around with some more collages. They’re not all weird though. Someone please find me a job, thanks.

By |April 16th, 2010|Design|0 Comments

New Job, New Computer, Old Computer

I moved jobs within my company, and had to give up the nice laptop that I had been using. My new computer is ancient, and when I fired it up and tried to open a PowerPoint file, I was reminded of something I hadn’t seen in a while. Sorry about the over-compressed jpg, I had to edit it on MS Paint. Yes.

By |February 4th, 2010|Photo, Work|0 Comments

I’ve Been Wondering

For the last year and a half I’ve been in a job that doesn’t really fit what I want to be doing. I’ve been unhappy for a while.  I come home in a bad mood, I don’t really enjoy most of my day, and I feel like I’ve somehow gone off track from where I was heading in my career goals.


Last Thursday I was called into my boss’ office and told that she had to make cuts, and being as I’m one of the newest employees in the department, I was out of a job here. Admittedly, I had been wondering if this was coming for months. It wasn’t a horrible thing to hear, and I really wasn’t stressing too much (it was odd though, I’ve never been laid off).

The good news, though, is that they found a position for me in another area of the company. For the next two months I’ll be working on the branding for a division of the company. I’m pretty excited, and am looking forward to next Monday.

The slightly bad news, if you didn’t catch it, is that the position is only for two months. So I am making plans to find something else. That means going somewhere else. And I’m concentrating on Savannah, Georgia.

The next few weeks should bring some interesting changes and hopefully some more good news. We’ll just have to wait and see.

By |January 28th, 2010|Design, Work|0 Comments