I’m thankful for less angst, less anxiety, for being able to see things in abstract.
Tag Archives: failure
Holding the Line
Burning Man came and went again. I worked Point 1, the service entrance, and had a lot of time to enjoy the scenery and being outdoors. When I returned, I was happy to find my restaurant job offer in San Francisco to be still valid. I started a few days after I got back. ToContinue reading “Holding the Line”
When writing memoirs, I gloss over a lot. Sometimes for propriety, other times for privacy. It doesn’t mean that these stories do not have a darker side. I’ve failed a lot. In fact I’ve failed in just about every aspect of my life, from love, to parenthood to academic to professional. I’ve failed as aContinue reading “Disclaimer”
Ambition Part 4
Life and circumstances brought everything to a hard stop. I decided to try to move to Canada to be with my now husband, but it didn’t pan out. I returned to California with no job, and a lot of confusion as to what I should do next. I put a shout out to my peeps,Continue reading “Ambition Part 4”
Ambition – Part 3
I graduated from the 7th Army NCO Academy on the Comandant’s list. Not only did I have a GPA above 90%, but I also achieved a first time GO on all of my practical skill tasks. It was an achievement unlocked. I proved to myself that I could achieve a goal. From that point on,Continue reading “Ambition – Part 3”
I had to ask myself why I made the decisions I made, and if I would make the same decisions again.
Failing To Maintain Control
When plans fail, I take it pretty hard.