Still not pregnant. Slightly frustrated, not sure I want to throw in the towel. Really would love to have another baby, not sure if it would crush me if I didn’t. We’ll see what happens.
Pretty settled to go back to school. The application to my school of choice is nearly complete, and hopefully I won’t have to fulfill too many gen ed requirements in addition to the education coursework. And, hopefully I’ll get accepted!! One of my photography clients is actually also a certified business teacher and she thinks the certification is a good move… that the business teachers out there are largely not certified to teach business, so to have that certification is a definite asset in job hunting. Cool.
So why, when CareerBuilder shot me an email from an old notification I’d set up, of a company looking for an HRIS & HR Metrics Manager (what I did when I worked full-time), did I decide to update and submit my résumé? Why did I do the phone interview? And why, when that went really well, did I accept the offer of an in-person interview on Thursday?
It’s a job right in the city, which means a long commute (but at least, one I could do via public transit) but the job sounds interesting, it’s for an interesting company (media & broadcasting type stuff) and I know from the phone interview it would be pretty lucrative — like perhaps making-more-than-my-husband lucrative.
But… I’m pretty set on this going-back-to-school-for-teaching thing.
Ugh, I am my own worst enemy!
At the very least, I’ll go to the interview, and see what happens. Perhaps I won’t get an offer. Perhaps the benefits and vacation time won’t be adequate. Or perhaps I take it, and only work a few months… though I dislike the idea of that, in terms of general honorableness and stuff.