I had my first real job interview today and I totally bombed it. Great way to go, right?
But it's okay. Being the freakishly positive person I am, I am glad that I didn't do too well because their pay was horrible. Just $1 above minimum wage for tutoring seven to nine kids (ages 4-12) for who knows how long! I would much rather get that job as a library clerk and they make like four dollars more. This interview process has however taught me a few valuable lessons:
1. It was good, "real life" experience.
2. I don't want to be a teacher, ever.
3. I don't think I would be a good teacher, ever.
4. I don't want to have kids, ever.
5. Kids can be stupid.
okay, that last one was a little harsh, but I'm just telling the truth. So to cheer myself up, I decided to post some long overdue photos of some recent thrift scores! Thrifting does cheer me up so. I wish I could be a professional thrift shopper, that would be the life I'm telling you. I would do it for minimum wage because at least I would be having fun and won't have to work with kids.
St. Vinnies <3
- four scarves: $0.50-1.00 a piece
- AWESOME SKIRT!! with houndstooth/floral patter: $0.75 (can also be worn as a tube top, how versatile is that? its like two pieces of clothing for 75 cents!)
- piece of fabric: $1.50
Lutheran High School Thrift Store $5 bag sale! Dad took up half of the bag space -_-
St. Vinnies (again!)
- the COOLEST JACKET EVER!! (theres an embroidered dog on the back), vintage little league jacket I presume: $2.50
- Vintage stripey tank: 0.50
- Olive "secretary" dress: $2.50
- leg warmers: $0.99
- Cute patterned tank from Roxy (me thinks it was suppose to be sleep wear): $1.50
I can't wait till summer, then I can hit up more thrift stores! As for a job, I guess I'll just wait and see...