No one on the frontlines of the hair industry really wants to talk about a pandemic. I don't mean influencers like Brad Mondo who have the luxury of being able to stay at home and review TikTok hair tutorials for income. I mean your regular shmegular hair dressers at Fantastic Sam's who have to service 10 clients a day to make a livable wage.
One can stay with confidence that no one saw this coming, but we should've been prepared for it. On another note, how does one prepare themselves for a pandemic? Four months have passed and so much has changed in the world around us. For those of us that were considered essential workers, our work life was turned upside down. I work at a bakery and when the stay-at-home order was put into place, business slowed down dramatically. It was hard to accept that many employees were going to see a cut in their hours. This was before any talk of a stimulus check and hazard pay. It was the most anxious feeling I had personally felt in a long time. Having already dealt with anxiety on a day to day basis, I knew the only thing I could do was continuously acknowledge my emotions and let them pass through me. I am in control of my emotions and how I react to the situation. I can protect myself and my loved ones as long as I wear my mask and gloves. Then I found out that my co-worker tested positive for COVID-19. I had become so used to my new sense of normal at work, just for this to happen.
When you're a writer, then you want to write about anything you love to write about. You have a lot of things to say that is close to your heart. But you don't want to niche all out because otherwise your thought will not be heard. I get you. I am there with you too.
Crew turnover in the cruise industry is massive and as much as head office would like to have the same team in place for a whole season, rotations made that nigh on impossible. Halfway through my first contract I was about to work with my third different photo manager in a matter of months, I was also about to get my third roomate of the contract as Morne was about to be transhipped.
It is 11:45pm, and I am nowhere near done with my book. My deadline is next month, and I still have a quarter of the book to write. I got to this point because I have been procrastinating most of the time. I go into writing a book head strong and then lose motivation the further I go into it. And once the motivation is lost; I fall behind so quickly. I have asked for many extensions, but the editor finally had enough of my excuses and if I don’t complete it in time, I will lose my book deal.
I became interested in Bounty Hunting when I came across the T.V. Series "Dog The Bounty Hunter" featuring the Chapman family on A&E. At first glance of the show I honestly thought Bounty Hunting was a career I wanted to go into. However, the more episodes I watched the less interested I became in wanting to actually be a Bounty Hunter as the TV show depicted real life Bounty Hunting, the challenges the Chapman Family came across and a few runners they came across who could have possibly been armed. Talk about a mind screw, I needed therapy just watching the Chapman Family go after most of the people who had skipped bond.
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Blogging has been a common side hustle for years. For some, it’s even become a full-time job. But how do you know if you really have what it takes to blog for a living? Well, besides just giving it a try, if you posses one or more of the following traits, you may be up for the life of a blogger.