It's hard work looking for jobs online, there's so much rubbish. I have actually got an actual headache, and my eyes hurt, and I think I will have to take something evil to get rid of these little afflictions.
At the beginning of the week I thought I was going to find some jobs by the end of the week. Now I think I might never find any. All I need is one person to give me a good break, and then I'll be able to get more jobs. I've applied for lots, but I'm competing with people who say they have decades of experience - of course, they could be lying; I'm not going to lie.
I've still got to take my business cards to the University and the college though, and to the Guardian office. But, you never know, the lady that received my CV at the beginning of the week might suddenly come through with a job that I could do. I might really impress her and she might send me work regularly. Or the test that I mucked up a couple of weeks ago might not have bothered the person who was doing the hiring, and he might hire me anyway. (If I hadn't mucked up that test I would probably be up to my neck in jobs by now! What a golden opportunity to throw away! Maybe I should write to that bloke and tell him that I've got my final mark back - he might be impressed and give me a chance.)
I just got phoned by a man claiming to be from Facebook. He wanted me to give him £99 to pay for a month's advertising! I hung up on him when it became clear that he wasn't going to shut up - god, I'd hate his job.
So, plodding on, plodding on. Looking for jobs, looking for jobs. Hope I can find some, hope I can find some. It's hard to find jobs when you don't know where you're supposed to be looking though. Maybe I'll just go and work in the Spar.
Or maybe I'll stop moaning, and get on and finish my bestselling novel. Aha! That's a good plan.
Oh, that oDesk job did not turn out to be the start of anything amazing. The jobs on there are all rubbish, and the pay is stupid. I'm not going to waste my time on it. That is not the place to find good proofreading jobs.