"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife

"Her Thing" - Episode 20: October 28, 2015

March 09, 2021 Maria Lindbloom Season 1 Episode 20
"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife
"Her Thing" - Episode 20: October 28, 2015
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"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife
"Her Thing" - Episode 20: October 28, 2015
Mar 09, 2021 Season 1 Episode 20
Maria Lindbloom

IN THIS EPISODE:

Well, at this point I'm as broke as a joke only a few days away from payday, and that means scraping the bottom of the barrel with regard to food in my pantry. I'm eating pasta and packaged soup and old bagels and that means I'm really starting to feel the negative health effects. I talk about the rejection I got from the job I applied to, and the potential of another job posting I found online. And I discuss how my current employer made us all do a group projection and presentation after reading "Good to Great" by Jim Collins, which I felt was a waste of time. Instead of grouping us up with colleagues that we could actually brainstorm with and do something productive, working with people I'd never met before was more like herding cats and resulted in nothing more than busywork. I also make reference to how I'm  finally getting my beef refund back, and there are no hard feelings on my end. I'm a lover, not a fighter. And I forgive and forget. Being a Christian took all of the bitterness, resentment, and desire to harbor a grudge out of my soul. 

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Show Notes

IN THIS EPISODE:

Well, at this point I'm as broke as a joke only a few days away from payday, and that means scraping the bottom of the barrel with regard to food in my pantry. I'm eating pasta and packaged soup and old bagels and that means I'm really starting to feel the negative health effects. I talk about the rejection I got from the job I applied to, and the potential of another job posting I found online. And I discuss how my current employer made us all do a group projection and presentation after reading "Good to Great" by Jim Collins, which I felt was a waste of time. Instead of grouping us up with colleagues that we could actually brainstorm with and do something productive, working with people I'd never met before was more like herding cats and resulted in nothing more than busywork. I also make reference to how I'm  finally getting my beef refund back, and there are no hard feelings on my end. I'm a lover, not a fighter. And I forgive and forget. Being a Christian took all of the bitterness, resentment, and desire to harbor a grudge out of my soul. 

Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mlindbloom)