Today I worked on another stressful task, unsure how I’d feel in the end but knowing I had to get through it. I’m not going to give much of my personal opinion on the matter except to say resume writing is exhausting! What Joe Schmoe made this a regular thing?!?! I’ve written obituaries — educating myself and curating stories to share the meaning to the 75+ years of someone else’s life — in less time than it takes me to summarize my own relatively short career. This is yet another thing I make harder on myself by further revising the document after declaring I’m done, always thinking of a better word or alternate way of expressing the same thing, and striving for perfection that’s never been defined. At least I’m no longer using pencil and paper, which was my preference for a long time. So many writing skills have deteriorated and been replaced with ever-evolving technology and I have to admit, the computer is a lifesaver.
I felt completely overwhelmed in the beginning and I won’t be stress-free until I gain employment but at this moment, I’m somewhat relieved..…but still actively seeking!
©️2021 CSNelson, Don’t Forget the Half
Written for SoCS/JusJoJan– “in the beginning, in the end” (“Bonus points if your first sentence contains “the end” and your last sentence contains “the beginning.”); WOTD – educate; 3TC #494 – regular, meaning, word; MMA Storytime’s Word of the Day– pencil; FOWC– deteriorate