OK this blogging once a month thing really isn’t going to cut it, is it? I started out so good too. I guess it’s easy to blog when you have nothing else to do with your life. Maybe one day that will happen again, but this time, because I’m getting paid for it, not because I’m painfully unemployed. So, what’s Brittany been doing in the time she has been busy NOT paying attention to her poor little blog? Let’s see….ski season has ended, sadly. My life no longer consists of running around in the mountains, skiing whenever, wherever I want, waking up to a sunset over the Rocky Mountains and having my only worry be whether or not I’m going to make it through the day without hearing the words “I want my mommy.” My awesome bumper sticker that reads “My Life is Better Than Your Vacation” is no longer relevant. But to be completely cliche, all good things must come to an end. Which is OK I guess. Because it opens up a path for more good things.
After leaving Keystone, I embarked on some EPIC adventures in New York and Phoenix. (And yes, it’s a requirement on this blog that anytime you use the word EPIC it must be written in all caps). Now I’m about to tell you something that may shock you. Ready? Upon finishing my EPIC adventures and making a move to Denver I started…..drumroll please, A JOB! Oh god, I can’t believe I just said that. Don’t worry, it’s not a “real job” as they say. (Note: According the Britt Inspired official dictionary, a “real job” is defined as anything that involves sitting a desk from approximately 9-5 and attending lots of meetings. I am now the official Web Communications Coordinator for the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Whadya know. I’m back in college again! Now, the reason this is not a “real job” is because it is work from home, except for attending a meeting once a week. So I can sleep in, blast my music as loud as I want and work in my pajamas. Dream come true. Though that’s probably not the best habit to get into.
Now back to my blogging issue. You may think that having a job is going to make blogging more regularly a bit more difficult, but I’m hoping it will get me on more of a regular schedule. Of course, I’ve hoped before, but hey, I’m like a real person now. with a job, and income, an apartment. That changes things, right?
Thanks for bearing with me. I hate to do these “breaking the fourth wall” type posts, but I’m determined (or maybe just desperate) enough to continue to keep and gain readers that I really just want you to know I’m still alive and not interested in abandoning this blog. And if you made it this far, feel free to give me a shout out in the comments to let me know you’re still here. And maybe even some words of encouragement if you so desire.