I rarely talk on here about my day job as a nanny, but I found out that, come August, I will no longer be working for the family. The youngest will be in preschool then. This was a surprise to me, and it was devastating. I have loved working for them. Most people (I'm guessing) don't get excited about their job every single day. I always had fun there. I loved making the kids laugh and sneakily getting them to learn. It makes me tear up thinking about not being apart of those two special little girls' lives. But after 7 years there, I know how lucky I've been and how not all nanny positions last that long. I've only taken sick days three times in those seven years, as I loved it that much. I'm hoping time will go by slowly. ;)
So now that gives me a lot to think about. Do I want to get another nanny position? Maybe I should do part time so I can work more on my blog? Should I switch to my blog full-time? Do I do something else? I feel a little overwhelmed with possibilities, but it will all work out. In the meantime, if you hear of someone in Atlanta needing a nanny in the fall, please let me know.
Some good news: Maybelline reposted me again! The second time in a month! This made me happy since the original pic didn't get many likes on my Instagram. What the heck is going on with Instagram, anyway? My likes have dropped like crazy. Super frustrating, but this was nice to see! You can see my haul from them here.
I thought this was random: most people didn't get my Christmas cards that I mailed out before Christmas until last week. I was wondering why I never heard from anyone! It all started because I got one from Bare Minerals' PR that was sent before Christmas last week. Did that happen to anyone else?
Thank for your support on this post. I was SO worried I was going to get negative feedback. There's always that one person that finds fault in everything you do, right? But I am so blessed to have such a supportive community. There's so much more I wanted to share about it, so I can't wait to get another post on it up. Thank you again, as it truly means a lot.
In this post, you might remember I was on the hunt for these Wet N Wild cushion compacts. I told y'all drugstores were getting into the cushion game. Well, the wonderful Hannah of LoubsandLips saw that and sent these to me! I've had fun testing them out. More soon on these. Thank you again, Hannah! It cheered me up.
And that's my Life Lately!
Have a great weekend!