This poor grackle needs a haircut too. Looking shabby.
Totally normal grocery store trip. We picked up most of what we were looking for. Idly thought “maybe we’ll get a pizza.” Nope.
Decided to check out the toilet paper aisle just for fun and… Nothing.
We also made a trip to Panera for bagels since our local bagelry is closed. Added some fancy bread because sometimes you need to see new foods to get you through the week.
Today I have been:
– Technical Support
– Webinar Support
– Emotional Support
What I have not done is take any time for myself. It’s vitally important as we give to others, we take some time for ourselves.
Hang in there.
So… Webex chats stopped working. Only private chats work. No groups like All Attendees or All Panelists. Not even “Panelist” or “Host. You must select the specific person to chat to. Or they simply fail to display, or send.
New Quarantine Skill.
Determining which Home Depot is least busy and thus has the shortest line for entry when you need to replace toilet parts.
Has anyone shared a cover letter that landed them a job?
I don’t necessarily mean it was the deciding factor, but when you applied, you eventually got the job.
I’m curious to see what a successful cover letter looks like. So many people give advice of writing a good cover letter, but I’ve not often seen what a good cover letter looks like.
Anyone have an experience or example to share?