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Jan 01

2010, Day One

Ah, a new year and even a new decade. Time to list my New Year’s Resolutions.  I’m terrible at follow-through, but maybe you all can help me. I suspect that, even though I’ve wished for calm, 2010 will be a year with some upheaval and change for me.

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Resolutions

Wine: I’d like to either get my CWE (Certified Wine Educator) or Level 1 Sommelier this year, and I’d like to get certified in Mixology / Craft Cocktails. I know, I seem to be working on some weird career trajectory towards bartender, but I hope I can somehow become a trainer in the adult beverage industry someday like I am in the technology field. We’ll see.

Real Life: I’d also like to change my day job. It’s time to find a “real job,” as I call it, and stop working at home in my pajamas. Ideally the perfect job is in marketing and social media or training and social media. You get the gist. Cross your fingers for me. That job hunt will probably start in March, if not sooner.

Thank you so much for reading and sticking with me. I love my readers and I hope you all know that. My thanks and best wishes for a safe and wonderful 2010!

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Posted by Michelle at 10:03 am in Life | Permalink | Comments (4)

4 Responses to “2010, Day One”

  1. priscilla oehlschlaeger says:

    I went to Carlos & Johnnies for a fabulous New Years event. I felt like I was in New York. I enjoyed a beautiful Savignon Blanc made by Drylands? The wine is full-bodied crisp with the essence of a tartness of fresh grapes.
    We danced till we dropped to the band Airwave with Dixie Karas. They play at Ruby;’s on Wednesday nights. If you love to dance go there and enjoy a glass of Savignon Blanc…

  2. CincyCapell says:

    How, exactly, does one get “get certified in Mixology / Craft Cocktails”?

  3. Real jobs are over rated. If you can work for yourself and make a decent living, the other benefits out weigh working for the man.

    Just my opinion and hope I can support myself in my own endeavor.

  4. This was cool to read, thanks.

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