dinsdag 12 oktober 2010

Blog award 2010

Medical Assistant Schools
thanks to everyone who voted for my blog. I made it in the top 20!!!

short update

Hello everyone

It has been a while since I blogged. I have been really busy lately. I am 22 years old and ready to start a career. I have a bachelors degree in marketing & event organization. Life is full of challenges that we need to overcome one by one. Job hunting is one of those big challenges. Yesterday I sended my first application to a small eventbureau that organizes events for children. I haven’t got a response so far.

I have a dilemma. If they invite me for a job interview, should I tell them that I have RA? If I don’t I am a liar but if I tell my chances of getting the job are smaller. This is something to think about. If anyone has advice on this topic please send me an email J.

I haven’t been RA free the last couple of months. I worked as a waiter for a caterer. This job involved a lot of night work and long hours. The day after work was always hell and pure torment. My body always felt sore. I know this isn’t a wise career to choose but I enjoy working in this sector. I did this line of work since I was 16. I enjoy being around people and make them happy. But is the toll on my body worth it.

My brother also has RA and works full time as a maitre. The toll on his body is twice as bad as one mine. I don’t know how he copes with it. But if you really want something, you need to go for it. Do what you want in your life. Never take no for an answer.

Over mij

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hello everyone. My name is Morris and student at artevelde hogeschool. This blog is a tool to channel my emotions around RA. Enjoy