Photo Challenge: #Where I Stand
Featuring: Los Angeles buildings
Last year has been a wild year. I was working for my dream company. I found a marvelous group of friends who I can nerd out with over our love for Disney. My loneliness was beginning to fade away… yet everything started to crumble as the months went by.
I was stuck at a part time job with barely any hours and no luck in finding a full time position. I wasn’t getting along with my parents and dating was automatically a no.
The last time I spoke about on Where I Stand:
I am 23 years old
I have a job, part-time to be exact.
I am still living with my parents.
I am single. I have been heart broken and still in the process of mending it.
5 months later…
—- I AM STILL 23 years old.
—- I NOW have a full time job, with benefits.
—- I AM STILL living with my parents.
—-I AM STILL SINGLE and am peace with being single
A lot has changed in a matter of months. I’ve gone through the same process of applying for a job, interviewing for the job, and never hearing back from it (or worse getting an email of: sorry we’ve chosen the other person for this position..good luck finding on your job search..
I was highly disappointed I wasn’t qualified for any positions internally at Disney so I had to step out and look elsewhere. Months and months of not being offered a job became discouraging until the new year started when everything suddenly turned around!
I made it to 1 year of service working at the Disney Parks and earned my pin. I received a guest compliment certificate which is kinda hard to come by. I was offered a full time position with benefits and I absolutely love working here! My career path is finally setting in place.
My relationship with my parents have improved. I’m more willing to spend quality time than being stuck in my room upset over my situation. I’m enjoying the single life and came at peace with my past so now I’m not scared to go the extra mile in meeting someone.
It’s been a great year so far… and it’s only February! Let’s see what happens the next few months.
I challenge you to capture #Where I Stand in a photo. #Your365Gem
Capture your moment.
I’m challenging myself to capture a photo a day, a 365 photo project. It’s a daily reminder to appreciate life. There may be days I’ll miss but I’ll try my best to capture the moment. I get a list of photo ideas from http://captureyour365.com, try it yourself.