I just recently learned that corndogs were imported from Germany and I don’t even know who I am anymore.
I love the perspective- it makes us think about where/how things are styled/created from other cultures.
My part time job started this week. I am so glad that they seem to be really open to accommodate my medical situation! It seems like a really good place to work and friendly. I just need to make sure that I be really cautious of my chemical sensitivity. I thought I could get away with using the soap in the bathroom since I don’t seem to have a bad reaction when using commercial provided soaps used in retail stores but my voice starting going raspy and I started coughing more frequently, then my skin started breaking out (since I was covering my mouth every time I coughed) so I have to bring I will need to carry my organic non-gmo soap with me. I am so glad Dr. Bronner’s has a travel size bottle!
I tried to get back to a normal schedule this week but my body was taking too long to adjust. Finally it seems to be adjusting back to a normal schedule. But most of this week’s time was spent on trying to catch-up on things that I neglected last week while working and sleeping. I got an email asking for volunteers to help out the anti-gmo campaign. At the last minute I got some confusing information but I still showed up and had a good time. I also got introduced to the leaders of the volunteer portion of the campaign and got some information on how to volunteer in the future.
Yay, I survived almost a full time work week! It was a slow week for the booth but it picked up on Saturday and I finally made a commission. I also assisted the Bubble Run which is a walk/job/run for raising funds for local charities. It was a busy week and thankfully I am not too tired. (I drank organic coconut water and organic coconut milk every day since my body accepts coconut products really well and it seems to help me keep my energy level somewhat normal.) I also had an interview for a part time job and I got the job! I am really happy that I will have something that is more consistent even though it is for only 2 weeks a month.
Remember not to be so tough on yourselves when we need to rest!
Hell yeah! ;)
lol, yeah it can feel that way at times.
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