I finally feel like I can catch my breath.
The newspaper was successfully published, our Thanksgiving party was a hit and I am momentarily caught up on my homework. The photos– which, like any other journalism-junkie would relate to and understand, we almost didn’t have– printed clearly. The turkey did not dry out and the stuffing didn’t burn. To my knowledge thus far, I did not forget any homework. With only a few weeks left in my college career, I know this feeling won’t last long; time to savor and relieve every joyous moment of highly-anticipated tranquility.
I’m starting to realize how much I’ll miss the section. I was the first editor of it, so I feel very responsible for it’s failures, successes and legacy. I want to make sure it continues growing after I graduate… And, if we are being totally honest, I want to make sure my writing continues growing after I graduate, too.
I am thrilled with what we published during our last segment. With topics ranging from downtown boutiques to Target collaborations, T.V. inspiration to autumn beauty, I felt we were well-rounded. I wrote about fashion ruts— something I’m currently combating– and how to regain style control.
I’m thinking it’s time to start panicking again and focus on the job search. Is there a way to do that calmly?
[Screaming] I’m Juuuullliiiaa and I’ll work my ass off if you hire me to write for youuuu!
Not a clue how to job hunt successfully and calmly 🙂 I think it’s impossible – everyone’s running around trying to get the jobs so your CV should have bells on to get all the attention! Congratulations on getting everything done well though!
Blahhh. It’s sort of funny how finding a job is so much worse than working. Must keep going!
I’m not allowed a job while I’m dissertationing! CV – where you put all your past jobs and experience? From curriculum vitae, just means the course of your life. I guess you call it a résumé?