Tuesday, May 26, 2009
I spent the past nine weeks job hunting without success. I lost track how many job application forms I filled out. It's a tough economy to go job hunting in. It used to be easier to find a job. However, I didn't count on a recession to complicate the job hunt. I'm glad that it's spring and soon to become summer. I'm glad that I don't have to search for jobs in the winter. I heard that winter in Cleveland, Ohio tends to be an adventure.
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Nothing much happened in my life. I'm still job hunting. I need to think about whether I should continue taking classes over the internet at Franklin University or attend college classes in Cleveland, Ohio instead. I'm only four classes away from getting a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. However, will there be any job positions open for business administration college graduates in a recession economy? Will I be better off switching majors towards Library Science, law or psychology instead? There are a lot of questions that need to be asked and pondered. While I'm doing that, I'm still job hunting. Nothing yet, but I'm still optimistic.
Monday, May 11, 2009
My brother Mitchel, my biologic Mom and I did some gardening on Saturday. The three of us planted rose bushes. My biologic Mom and I did some gardening earlier today. Mom and I tried to get a mixture of dirt and clay ready for vegetable and flower seed planting. It's a lot toughter than it looks. At any rate, I've done some gardening this week.
Monday, May 4, 2009
Thus begins a brand new month. I've gone for an entire month without employment. Yeah, Cleveland, Ohio is the third worst city to find employment in. However, it's better for me to be in Cleveland, Ohio than it is to be in Columbus, Ohio. I don't regret me decision to permenently relocate to Cleveland, Ohio. I'm long overdue for an overnight turning point transformation beyond recognition. Cleveland, Ohio is the best place for me to start over with a fresh clean slate.