One of the biggest challenges I faced during my job search was to stay positive and show my best attitude during interviews. I didn’t want my interviewers to have the impression that I would be just a good choice to consider. What I really wanted them to know was that I would certainly be the best choice. Continue reading “Job search”
If there is something rotted at home, you don’t keep it as a trophy, you get rid of it as soon as you find out. For the wrong reasons, this doesn’t always happen at work places. When you witness it, you can either stay and fight for a change, or you leave. I left. Not once but twice. Continue reading “Toxic work place”
The waiting has ended today. After a continuous struggle to decide where my next step would be, I decided to give Romania one more try and I have been accepted as a resident for the next five years. Today I am officially a member of the European Union. Here below I am going to answer three questions.
What a headache! Though the sun had been barely shining on me, I believe it had been me trying to bury my thoughts of frustration while I had been digging around 50 half-meter holes in the ground.
During my student exchange program in Ankara, one of my classmates asked me while giving me a ride back home: “how did you become such a strong feminist?”. I had never thought of me as a feminist because I considered being so was too “political” for my taste (or knowledge).
I don’t know if when I was a child I ever got lost. As a youngster and then as an adult (phew, so close to saying: elder), fortunately, I never went through any situation where I didn’t know where I was or where I had to go and panicked. At least, not that kind of physical/geographical disorientation.
In trying to remember my first idea about immigration, I realize how much I didn’t know about it. Somehow I had associated the term to illegal latinos somewhere in the USA. I had confused immigrant with migrant. And even if now I am one -of those, I still am pretty confused. Continue reading “Immigrant – Part 1”