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Hey boo! It’s officially one week into the new year and so far, things are off to a great start. As I mentioned in my last blog, I made one of the biggest decisions ever and changed career fields. The transition has been pretty smooth. The people I work with are nice and I’m excited to really get into my groove and blow this thing out the water. One day at a time.

Starting over is never an easy thing to do to say the least but at least in this aspect I’ve got people supporting me. With my new job I have a trainer and I’ve read so much literature on the position, frequently asked questions and how to navigate through a few different software. I’d say their setting me up for success but it’s only so much they can train me on. When I interviewed people in the past for positions I didn’t care how smart they were on paper, if they got in front of me and was a complete dud, their resume was out! You can train the job but, you can’t train personality and I’m sure that’s what landed me this position. Wouldn’t it be a breeze if it were the same with relationships?

At this point in life, starting over and meeting someone new is not something I’m completely sold on right now. Unfortunately, people don’t come with training manuals and you’re stuck figuring everything out on your own. To be honest, people are just weird honey and you never know what you’re gonna get. Imagine if you could prep yourself before meeting someone new like you do with a job interview. Sorry boo but you can’t log onto google and look at his ratings and see what people had to say about him. I mean you could always do a background check…..but never mind 😊 If they came with literature about what makes them happy, sad, and how to handle them when their upset, that would just be glorious. Imagine meeting a great guy, spending time getting to know him, everything is going great for the most part then boom it’s over. It Bottom line, I’m willing to that that risk with my career, but not on anyone else for a long time.

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