I'm such a fool for you

Do you have to, do you have to, do you have to let it linger?

Anyway...my interview was today. It went pretty well, I think. I really hope I get it. I don't know exactly how much I'll make..prolly between 12-15. The only downside is it's in Murray, which means an hour and a half commute everyday, if not more for traffic. The good news is I'll get to do a lot of editing, make friends, and make good money. Also, they have something called "flex-time" which means I set my own schedule. I just need to get 8 hours in anytime between 7:30am and 9:30pm. They also try to do an editor "work from home" day like once a week. That would be helpful. So if I get it I think I'll work from 8 to 4 and not take a lunch. I'll just eat at my desk. That way I'll beat traffic and still be home before Austin so I'll have time to make dinner and we can eat at 6. Then we can work out from 6 to 7 and go to bed at 10:30.

It'll definitely be a different experience for me, but I think it'll be good for me. Plus I only need to do it for like a year and a half to two years. Then I can do freelance from home while I stay home with the kids.

I'm supposed to hear back next week so I'll keep everyone posted. Wish me luck!


Heather said…
Good luck Tracie! It is always exciting to be at new places and meet new people.

If this is a more permanent job, you can always try to move out to Lehi!

Or better yet, move to Tucson where there are hundreds of jobs for editors! :)
Anonymous said…
good luck! Mom B.
kristyl104 said…
We all have to start somewhere don't we. Getting your foot in the door for any job is a step forward. Good luck Tracie. Love ya
lynette said…
Good luck...our fingers are crossed!

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