For the first 3 weeks of my new lifestyle things were going GREAT! Then I took a trip to New York for the weekend. How can one not eat meat when visiting New York for the weekend? The answer is, you have to. Honestly, it wasn’t that bad, I had some chicken and a few slices of sausage. Other than that it was all seafood and other non-meat food items. The real challenge was when I got home and realized that I had 7 more days of vacation under my belt. For the most part I handled myself with dignity, but there was the visit to Bern’s Steakhouse for my dad’s birthday (if you’ve never been to Bern’s, just know it’s $100 a plate and it’s pretty much a requirement to eat steak) and then the impulse to have a chicken ceasar wrap the next day. Needless to say my count is back to 0.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I feel bad for breaking my commitment but I don’t feel like dying since at the start I did add a stipulation that I would eat meat “every one in a while”. While this vacation meatfest was more than I intended I don’t feel like I’ve completely wrecked my self-made promises.
All-in-all, I’m back to eating veggies and seafood, and just to show you i’m committed I’m here to tell you that Morning Star entrees are BOGO at Publix until Wednesday the 10th. And, here’s a great recipes for General Tso Tofu.
Recently, I wrote a 4 part series of articles on inalj.com with tips on acing the job interview in any field (especially library sciences). I’m really excited and proud of the articles so be sure to check them out! There is so much more I could write for these but I think these are the top industry tips all rolled into 4 easy to read articles. Enjoy!
Acing the job interview: Pre-Interview Prep
Acing the job interview – Personal and Professional Interview prep
Acing the job interview: Surviving the Interview
Acing the job interview: Post-interview tips
I also created a Pinterest board (You’re Hired!) in conjunction with these articles so be sure to follow me and let me know if you have any more tips!
At the end of April I received a graduate degree in Library and Information Science. The last two years have been full of new knowledge and the yearning to be a graduate. Now that it’s finally here I’ve compiled my tops tips for succeeding after graduation. Check out the article here and let me know what you think!
Good day and happy hunting!
Hi, my name is Angie, and I’m a procrastinator.
My life as a Procrastinator is a look into my life as a MLIS student at Wayne State University. Looking back at my time as a graduate student there are many things that I have reflected on and many hours I have spent wishing for an alternate reality. But most of all, I have admitted to the world, I AM A PROCRASTINATOR! Check out the full story here and let me know what you think.