Keeping Track

Screams of confusion come from all sides.

Has it really been that long since I last posted? Oops. Well, it’s a new year of life and therefore a new year of venting.

Before I get into the topic I chose to break the New Year’s Ice I wanted to make a few comments and requests along with an apology. I’m not it’s been ages, but I’d like to try to post here occasionaly. First of all, I am no longer working for my ‘beloved’ McDonalds, although (plug to the topic) I do still have my notebooks of things I had wanted to blog about. So if I refer to previous times at McDonalds, you’ll understand. In the meantime, my stupid people moments I’m sure will keep accumalating, even if I’m not still with McDonalds.

Where there are people, there will be stupid people doing stupid and annoring things.

Secondly, I’m looking for anyone interested in sending in guest posts. We all have something to say, say it here. I’m adding a form page where you can give me your email address and a sample of your work. I’ll either add you on as a contributer or email you suggestions on improvements.

On to the topic of keeping notebooks.

They’re more than just writers devices. It’s very important to keeping tracks of many things, especially transgressions. Whether you need to keep track for the purpose of blogging or venting or because you need to take it to your management, it’s important to keep all the details fresh in your mind.

Just make sure you don’t lose that notebook. I left one behind that I jotted down notes of transgressions made by my coworkers and I about had a heart attack when I realized it was still at work. You never saw a happier person when I got it back.

Quick Tip: Keep a Notebook By the Bed.


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