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Sometime last week, J & I decided that I should go out and get a job. I'm more than a little excited and also curious as to where I will actually end up working. My decisions in finding the perfect employer:

- A place with uniforms (no clothing stores please!)
- Preferably someplace outside of the mall (food court just helps you gain 20 lbs and lose $50 a week!)
- The pay should be $11 per hour minimum
- And hoping no night shifts after 10 pm.

Hmm.. wait a second, you're saying, don't you work at home or something?

Yes, I do, or something...

What do I do?

I honestly hate this question. I take it upon my European background, and that in Paris it's a social faux pas to ever ask someone that - for you are not what you do! Nevertheless, at any social event, I never ask it, and when someone asks me, as everyone always does, I feel that I could answer a million different ways and still never feel satisfied that I've given the person the correct answer.

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