The Biweekly Newsletter #2

So I know I was totally completely LATE with this being biweekly but I suck so that’s how it be sometimes

I recently found a problem with my new job: I need more money

I don’t like talking about life problems (relationships and money mostly) and it’s kinda hard for me to say stuff like this. I’m only working 3 days a week, and the wage fro my area isn’t too much higher than where I used to live and work. My pay is biweekly (kinda like this heh). If it was weekly, I’d be able to survive better.

So, now I’m looking for another job, whether I work 2 jobs or I find a job that will give me full time (or at least something close to it).

If I were making money off this or like YouTube, I think I could work my job and keep doing these.

Another thing that happened to me that is quite frustrating

Last month, I ordered a new Popsocket. My current one was getting old, which turned into me breaking it. So I was waiting excitedly for my new Popsocket!

Here’s a picture of it:

it came out weird but oh well

It never came

Still hasn’t

Last week, I contacted support and they resent a new one

So I’m actually getting one today and I’m happy about it because my Popsocket is actually broken to shit after ALMOST A MONTH OF NOT GETTING A NEW ONE

sorry im a little triggered.

That’s literally the only things that have happened to me since my last update post ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

-Caitlynne

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3 thoughts on “The Biweekly Newsletter #2

  1. Look into options. See if you can find a better job for you. I spent seven years at a job (have I ever told you, or have you read, what I do for work?) where I was very underpaid for my skill set; I started there for the workplace environment, coming from a bad situation somewhere else, but things changed over the years to the point that I just didn’t enjoy it anymore. I could easily be working somewhere else, dealing with all the same problems, but taking home $1000 more every month. It was a difficult decision, but I did it, and while my line of work is very stressful and demanding, I’m probably happier there than I’ve been anywhere else.

    In the meantime, remember that you don’t have to spend every dollar you take home. Make honest choices about what you can and can’t live without. And don’t be afraid to ask your friends for help… not in the sense of borrowing money, but things like “I’d love to come to your birthday party, I can’t buy you a gift this year, but I’ll spend time with you.”

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