Art and Wine




 


Before I went to Sweden in October we had the biggest event! All day long we welcomed new members, talked about what we do and drank lots of wine. 
By the end of the day we were all kinda dead, but satisfied with the day. However being on your feet all day, having no break and only wine and canapés isn't recommended. :p
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Too much at the same time

Phew. This is one busy week. Monday is my planning day, I prepare and plan all posts for the week. Then we also had a late marketing meeting from 7-9.15PM. I also emailed back and forth with my school regarding the internship. If they only made it easier!

Yesterday I had to catch up on everything I didn't have time for on Monday. Then I got a call while eating dinner that the company want me for the internship! So the fate is in the hand of my school...

Today I have been on the phone since I woke up. I even forgot to eat breakfast. Basically my school suggest Erasmus agreements, as I can then do it outside of my course, but still have it as a bonus in my diploma. Hope it works out! 
Then I also have to finish our meeting minutes as I volunteered to do that, and then finish the Social Media spring strategy, and contact my insurance company for a proof of insirance etc. phew


Preparing a lot of new posts!
Updating our schedule.

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Interview

I had my phone interview today and I was so so so nervous. I had been nervous for days. It is -the- perfect job, for a company I have adored for years. But I think I struggled a bit during the interview from being nervous. I could have answered so much better and detailed. But it also made me realize why it is hard for me to talk about the topics we did. It was a lot of questions about gaming, since it is a game company I applied for. I have loved computers and games basically all my life. Yet I never felt like it was a hobby I was allowed to do, it was always something that was looked down upon, still I never stopped, I just never talked about it. Ever. Even when I was among the top 50 in the WORLD. It is just something my family and friends puts no value in, so why talk about it? I mean, you can even notice it here in my blog, how often do I write about my gaming? Not very often. But still I game every single day, even if I only have time for an hour. I have so much fun doing it, hanging out on mumble together with friends talking about anything or everything. But when it comes to talking about it in real life, it just feels like something I have to be ashamed of. Why? Why am I not allowed to be openly passionate about something and why do people respond to it with an eye roll or "don't you have anything better to do"-face? The only people I am actually 100% comfortable talking to about this is my gaming friends or other gamers, who I know share my passion.  Anyway, I hope I get through to the next round, but it is really hard to keep the negativity away when you feel like you disappointed yourself. I know I could do it, and I know I am great at it, but it is just getting that across that seems to always be my struggle.
 
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