It's going on 11pm. I've been contemplating sleep since 8. Rather than catching some sweet sweet "Z"s however, my mind is fixated on a regret I have, and now I feel the need to write about it so I can get this off my chest. I regret that I never reported one of my ex-bosses … Continue reading Late Night Confessions
From part-time employee to full-time patient: Losing a job due to chronic illness
I often find myself referencing the time I spent trying to work despite the complications caused by my Panhypopituitarism, so I decided I should probably dedicate a post to it, that way I can insert a link for reference rather than making every post referencing it unnecessarily long. *** Heads up- I do utilize some … Continue reading From part-time employee to full-time patient: Losing a job due to chronic illness
Now hiring full-time employees: No pay, no benefits.
Now hiring full-time employees; You will be expected to make regular appointments with clients, and keep up with them often. Additionally, you must follow a strict daily routine if you want to work efficiently. Even then, there is a chance your daily workflow may be interrupted by sudden unexpected changes, so you must be able … Continue reading Now hiring full-time employees: No pay, no benefits.
An open “Thank You” letter to fellow Americans
To my fellow Americans, Some of you hate me. I’ve met you, and we’ve spoken about the reason why online numerous times on many different forums. You think I’m a bum, a mooch, a worthless leech on your hard-earned tax dollars. Well, I want to say “thank you”. It’s thanks to your support through the … Continue reading An open “Thank You” letter to fellow Americans