Great news, kids! I got the dream job! I’m going to be working as an account executive for a PR firm. This is something I’ve wanted to do for years and now it’s finally happening. And the cool part is that the firm specializes in technology, so I’ll get paid to stay up on the cool toys, websites, and blogs. I must focus to keep…my superpowers…under…control…
On another happy note, T-Wizzle’s job offer came through as well. She’s moving from adjunct teaching to a full-time professorship in marketing at a community college. It still amuses me to think of her as a professor, because she has way too much fashion sense and pop culture savvy to fit the stereotype. She’s goddamn genius level when it comes to marketing and I owe a lot of my knowledge about branding, marketing, and PR to her. I only wish she lived closer so we could celebrate our new jobs together.
Thanks, everyone, for all your positive comments and support over the last couple of months. You have helped lift me up when I really needed it. I’m putting good vibes out there for all of you as well.
Now go forth and party!
8 Replies to “Time to Celebrate!”
Freaking awesomely sweet!!!! Tonight when I celebrate the closing of the work week, I will hoist my guinness aloft and give you the weekends first praise of the livations! Join me all, livations aloft!
CONGRATS! YOU RULE! YOU ROCK! YOU SLAY!
That is so fantastic Moxie. And you’ve kept your integrity. Right on.
PS my undergrad is PR and I now own my own comms company.
Congratulations! I hope you enjoy it. I thought I wanted to be in PR and when I got a job, I ended up hating it. I only liked the writing aspect, which there wasn’t enough of.
I LOVE new jobs (almost as much as I love quiting old ones). And a dream job, well that’s a dream come true, innit? Congrats!
Congrats! You’re living juicy now. Dream job– OH YEAH!
HW: How was that pint of Guinness?
Tracy: As do you, my love!
GT: Thanks lady! I may have to chat with you off-blog about PR and whatnot.
Beckeye: You’re a great writer and should be writing a lot more, so I get what you mean. I’ve done the professional writing thing for ages and I’m over it – too solitary. I need more people contact and shiny things.
Barbara: Agreed! Thanks!
Natalie: You got it girl!
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