Welcome to another edition of Shayne tries to catch you up on what she’s doing with her life through her blog that probably only has 10 [awesome] readers. Thanks for joining me! This week I’ve been really busy tying up all the loose ends with several projects that I’ve been working on. In a couple of weeks I am presenting a proposal for a marketing campaign. Next Tuesday, I present a different proposal for a final project. Earlier today, I took part in a broadcast, and some time this month another one of my articles for April will go live. Oh, and I just got back from Seattle! Phew! I hope you don’t read my blog out loud because that last paragraph was a mouthful. Anyways, here’s a recap on how everything went down!
I’m trying to start a posting schedule. I know I promise a lot of things about this blog, so don’t mark my words about that. Ha! Really, I want to post more consistently, even if that’s just once a week. At least this place will get an update here and there. Eventually, my plan is to turn this blog into some kind of satellite blog for a portfolio/work-related website, but that’s way, way down the line. Anyways, this week has been really busy. On top of that, I’m getting ready to fly out to Seattle in a couple of days. I haven’t really been in the city (aside from less than 24hr layovers) in two years. I’m excited to hangout at some of my old stomping grounds, eat at my favorite restaurants, and just be around the people that make up The Town. Before I get into travel mode, let’s recap the week that was.
Since winter’s coming, the days are getting shorter and I’ve been feeling a need to reflect. Most days, I think about the future, what I want to do, if I even like what I’m doing. To be honest, I’m probably pretty unemployable in the traditional sense. I don’t know if that makes sense. I’m too much of a daydreamer and I want more than just to push papers. I have come to learn that the 9 to 5 is not for me. Will I stay around a little bit longer? Yes. Will I do this forever? No. I don’t have the courage to short myself in this life and get older, only to realize that I never lived life. So lately I’ve been working towards transitioning myself out of this box and do work I’m passionate about — even if that means that I’m pulling all-nighters.