WORK ACCESSORIES

I spent the day walking around town, spesifcally looking for a new agenda because I’m starting my new job soon. I’ve had the Ban.do agenda on my wishlist for a while, but now that I had set out to buy it the agenda was sold out everywhere. And because shipping to Norway is fucking ridiculous buying it online is a no go.
Maybe I’ll get lucky and snag up the new one coming soon!

Do you have any other tips of cool agendas?

DECO WISHLIST

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I find myself longing for my own place. Having my own place must mean that I have grown up. Ascended into adult life. Not that I don’t love living with five other girls, having a massive room all to myself and low rent. But I am feeling the crushing pressure of supposedly being a grown up. With a grown up life. A grown up job. Grown up interests.
But me being me instead of doing anything about it I made a collage of inspiration for my fantasy grown up appartment.

I GOT THE JOB

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So I got one of the jobs I applied for. I am now a Maketing Coordinator for the biggest theater production agencies in Norway. Fucking crazy.
Now I am scrabling about trying to figure out what I don’t know but need to know before I start this job.
I am so happy but so scared. Can I do this job? What if I fail? What if this isn’t the right career path for me?

I doubt I am alone in feeling this way, at my age, just stepping into the job market FOR REAL. A propper job, with propper wages, with a ton of responsibilities and talented coworkers.

Trying har to focus on the fact that they DID hire me, and that must mean that I am capable and likeable. Having career self esteem is difficult when, like me, you have been struggeling to get into the job market.

So here are a list of things that might help:

  • Set up a couple of meetings with your new boss to get to know the workspace and get an overview of what you will be working on the first week.
  • Try to learn a bit morw about the company and fine tune your relevant skill set.
  • Get to know you co-workers. Nothing is better than someone at the office having your back.
  • Buy new office stationary.
  • Plan you first day outfit.
  • Start your new bedtime rutine at least one week in advance so you don’t get super tired on you first day.
  • Bring something personal to you workspace to make it more your own.
  • Be patient, it always takes time to get the hang of a new job.

    Hope this helps, and share any tips you might have!