Having zero to some experiences in the industry, I honestly think that instructions are important for a rookie not only because it could save more time but also allowed juniors to learn from it. Then be able to apply the same solution to similar situations in future. Don't just expect the juniors to know everything from the beginning. Of course, not spoon feeding. But a brief introduction wouldn't harm. What do you guys think?
from time to time I get dehydrated my brain is fussy my sight sucks I lose balance I do a bad job at taking care of myself
I have 13 days until my last day of work. kind of ready to be free. I'll be a broke college student but at least I won't be falling asleep at the wheel.
I had a cold but it got so bad that I felt like I was boiling inside. I went to my doc just to make sure and I had the common cold and dehydration. I figured that I had a cold but dehydration ?? then later on at work under stress I really felt the effects body shaking, vision bad, and a headache growing. I felt like I was dying. I had to scream out loud in the walk in freight. 2nd time getting sick this season.
I got my brain injured in my sport and i had some time to think and i realize this is all i know and love, i have nothing else to do and i will not ever have anything i dream of without my sport. i feel like i have no way out but to keep going and pay the price when i'm old or become mediocre and give up on everything i dreamed when i started this its because i wanted to have friends and be part of something, and because i was inspired by a hero of mine, but now i feel like no matter how much i'm trying it feels like i'm running but stuck in place. in the coming months i have to make the decision to go back to training, and i don't know what might happen, the doctors said i'm fine but i don't feel fine, i don't want to die or become sick, i just wanted to enjoy life more , i am just upset and somewhat traumatized, i think malevolence is the worse of all snakes because it upsets our soul. with what the doctors told me, i can't simply not go back, but also i feel like if i were touched in the face i would get concussed. idk how my hero does it, she got hurt so badly, and she went training quickly and is fighting soon. i wish i was more like her.
Waking up at 6.30 is so impossible for me, how will I ever find a job (and not get fired because I'm late every day..)?!
Please everyone go to Rose Namajunas instagram and wish her good luck for her next fight. she is very precious and deserves all the love in the world and she's also the best
at this rate if I don't get an internship , I have went to college for going on 5 yrs now just to work at low wage job. I need some experience to be noticed for an entry level engineering technician. I get more "unfortunately, we are not considering you" emails than anything else. bruh im trying to be better
The funniest thing happened today. So my friend, Mr. Sharp, and I were chatting at work about people who look way younger than they are. So one girl in particular came up in the conversation, and he made some comment about how she had some Asian genes and that probably contributes to her youthful appearance. So I said "I don't really have any room to judge, I look way younger than I am too." And he says "Do you have a little Asian in you too?" I laughed and said no. And he said "What about Sharp? You got a little Sharp in you?" And I laughed again and said "Not that I know of." He gets this smirk and says "Would you like to?" I WAS WHEEZING haha it was so good. He admitted he took it from a movie, but damn it was fucking hilarious. We joke around with each other a lot so I'm not bothered by it. I do secretly have a crush on him though, so I'm embarrassed to say that I blushed when he said that. Ah it made my night haha I keep laughing about it.
after one bad customer my whole today is ruined going through a 8 hr shift with an massive attitude I hate working in food