Wednesday, August 13, 2014

More Symco Shakedown pictures & another challenge post!

Another favorite from Symco Shakedown
I've had the day off today and have spent most of the day backing up my files to dropbox - a slow and tedious task. It's using up all the WiFi so that I can't do anything else (nor do I have any other computers at my disposal). James said I should enjoy some time to my self but I feel useless - there's so much I could be doing for the blog - including this post! Obviously, I paused the back up so I could feel productive. Maybe I don't know how to relax?

The only other lace painted car at the show (besides Allen's)
I was contacted by Webucator, an online learning company, to write a post on what I think is the most marketable skill. I've been thinking about it all week and feeling disillusioned after receiving another rejection email from a job I applied to months ago. Naturally, I assumed I didn't have the job when I never heard back but was twice as upset to see it and read that I did not "have the skills and experience" as required for the entry level position. Am I missing something? I decided awhile back that perhaps the 9 to 5 wasn't for me since I'm having such difficulty in getting another position and on that note decided to put more of myself into this blog - for a second job and eventually a full time job.

Victory rolls made it another day!
I feel strongly that I can make it on my own. I still have my current job which helps to keep me afloat and I intend on keeping it until I make the move up north (to be with James). I wish I didn't feel so disheartened by that dumb email. *sighs* Anyways, I'm off to mull over the topic for Friday's post and have something more exciting and positive to say. As I gather ideas I could use some input/inspiration. What do you think are the most marketable skills? Why?



Miss Liz