Two of the best money-saving steps you can take, says TV’s mock pundit Stephen Colbert, are to stop filling your hot tub with champagne and stop lining your gerbil’s cage with hundred-dollar bills. I highly recommend that you brainstorm about initiating similar conservative and preservative actions, Cancerian. It’s time for you to get really serious about shedding wasteful habits, cutting out needless excesses, and culling trivial activities that impinge on the time and energy you have available for the really important things. This shouldn’t be a cause for demoralization, by the way. On the contrary, the more creative you are about setting limits, the more long-term blessings you’ll set in motion.
Whether I want to or not, this is the path I am on. Good thing I want it.
Have a second interview for a second part time job in a couple hours. Had a very nice chat with the fellow who owns the company this morning. After my interview on Tuesday they sent me an email asking for my expert advice about the project. My friend R says this means I got the job. They still have one more person to interview next week so I’m not certain of anything yet but it’s looking promising. The great thing about the Tuesday job is that it has full benefits for the duration of the job. Woot.
It would be fabulous if I could get two part time jobs, both mostly working from home. Going to do a prosperity ritual now that the new moon is starting to wax.