I didn't have a vehicle at the time.I had to wait an hour or before work and an hour after work to leave for home
A DAILY REMINDER: (Don't ever get...stranded in life.)
No matter how many workshops an lectures you attend and share positive experiences with others, some people refuse to listen, so learn the hard way in life. Please, don't let this happen to you.
What do you mean? You have to maintain a certain level of gas in your vehicle, so you don't end up running out of gas somewhere down the road.
In a like manner, you have to maintain a certain level of motivation or inspiration in mind and heart, so you don't get "mentally stranded on the highways of life.
Some form of motivation and inspiration is always needed to prevent unforeseen mental roadblocks.
Please, don't learn the hard way in life.
I Believe You Can...!
*Don't you agree?
What kind of things should we do if we live in a city or state with travel restrictions in place? My town has a travel ban - Only to Work & Home, Supermarket & Pharmacy and maybe to pick up something to eat in a drive-thru window or so.
Libraries, museums, churches, gym clubs, bars & restaurants with dine-in only options are close. No bigger crowd than 50 or so at this moment.
Any recommendations for looking for work or volunteer placement in a time where it is not possible to even go places.
Colleen Method #coronavirus
Hi , my name is George Davis Sr. and I'm looking for a warehouse job in the No. Bay preferably in Marin Co. San Rafael, Novato, Corte Medara. I have over 20 years experience and just moved to the area a few months ago and tired of commuting to my present job. Graveyard shift.
Every morning, I squish onto the train with a crowd of other Bostonians like a bunch of sardines. With the flu season in full swing and the potential #Coronavirus exposure, I feel like I'm in a Petri dish of sickness. 🦠
Things I have been keeping in my bag are:
When I get to work, I wash my hands thoroughly and enjoy a vitamin C pill with breakfast! Haha
What’s in your immunity boosting toolkit? ;)
I am 62 and have been retired due to add one health problems for awhile. Would love to work a few hours a week or so if given the chance. Looking for something in the Rio Vista shopping center that I can ride my adult sized trike to and from. Was always dependable and a hard worker and very much a team player. Thank you.
Things don't always go as planned especially when it's a big day! My car started overheating the night before the interview. No way was i going to cancel an #interview as those are few and far between for me. I checked google maps and saw the location is 9 miles away. Luckily for me i still had a bicycle in the garage. I brought a few bottles of water and my interview clothes in a bag so they would not get sweaty. I found a bathroom a couple miles away to change in. The exercise there put me in a good mood, i got to think about what i was going to say and had a good interview. I even shared the experience with the interviewer and i think it showed him i'm not someone to give up when things don't go my way. We talked about mechanics and it lightened up the mood. They called me back for training this time i took the car. I was thinking the bike ride was actually a good thing, i might just ride my bicycle there a couple times a week. #jobsearch #stress #training #transportation #motivation #advice #inspiration #application
Does chewy offer shuttle service to get to the job