- Dec 14, 2020
So sorry about Tibby!! Hope your interview went well today and hoping you feel better soon. Fur babies truly deserve to live forever ❤
Good luck with the job front!
There is a saying in Chinese: one rides a cow to look for a horse.
Anything is a good start to get you out and about.
I don't believe the structure/content of CVs and covering letters have changed that much through the years - I am still using the same CV format that I started to use back in the 90s.
I can post the general structure of my CV if you like.
Its the cover letters i needed tips on but you have helped thank you
Use it to differentiate yourself in ways your resume can't. As a hiring manager, I like cover letters that are not boiler plate but speak specifically to 1) your interest in the organization/company and 2) calls out why you would be good for the job.
I once received a resume from someone who worked in an entirely different field. But his cover letter spoke to me (why he would be good for the role - liked helping people, loved technology, was the go-to person in his department for troubleshooting). I decided to bring him in only to confirm he really didn't have any of the experience needed. But as I interviewed others, I kept circling back to his attitude/potential and in the end, hired him. He was not only worked out great but has advanced beyond me in the field
So i have an interview tomorrow for a part time job within easy walking distance at a bakery
I actually missed his call thursday for a friday position, but this one is more hours over 3 days
i was thinking that might be better for getting me back into good habbits
Im not sure how much extra money because piggy backing on Gary's govt superannuation im only allowed to earn so much before its deducted at 70c in the dollar but the threshold is changing on April 1 (strange day for govt legislation to come into effect) and I'd be paying secondary tax anyway but it would take a bit of pressure off
We do actually eat quite well - no one is hungry, meals are nutritionally balanced, but i shop to a budget, not to what I'd like
I could buy nicer bread and actual butter (and strawberry milk - that i never buy because it would be for me, not Gary) so it would be nice to treat myself in the groceries
It would pay the property tax bill which is always a financial hurdle every quarter
Tibby's vet bill is sitting on a credit card that has 3 months interest free so it would be good to wipe that
Borris could have more of the better cat food
It won't stretch to new bling but i could probably get a ring or two resized, sus out the jewlers in town
i could finish painting the toilet room - i ran out of filler
i basically just stopped buying anything at the beginning of last year except for absolute necessities like food and hot water
Anyway wish me luck
im hoping its more counter girl that scrubbing baking trays
The good news is i don't actually like most cakes and ive never bought a muffin in my life and their pies (whispering) are horrible
And it would be warm in there over the colder months
Gary's eyes are no better, when i got up this morning water was all over the bench where he had made himself a cup of tea
So half days are good