Not the Best Monday

Today started out how most Mondays start. I hit snooze a few times on the alarm. My bed was just too warm and comfortable. The commute was fine; I even managed to get a seat on the subway! That was the highlight of my day.

It went downhill from there.

After a long, slow day of work, as I was getting ready to leave, my boss asked to speak to me. I don’t have to tell you what happened next, but today was my last day at Major League Baseball Advanced Media. I knew it was possibly going to happen. I was told over a week ago things were changing and people would have to be let go because of budget concerns and a lack of hours. I had really hoped one of those people wouldn’t be me.

So here I am, seven months after starting an amazing job that I didn’t know how long it would last, looking again. I have learned more during my time at MLBAM than I could have asked for. I leave with the opportunity to return when Spring Training starts, and the promise of a glowing recommendation should I find something full-time prior to that.

So I turn to you again social media, should you know anyone who is hiring someone with my background, please refer them to my website: HireStef.com. If you’re not exactly sure what I am looking for, I can best explain it as a hybrid of social media and event planning. Last year I wrote a post about what my perfect job would be, but after working at MLBAM, I know I want social media to be a main focal point.

For now, I’m hoping tomorrow will be a better day.

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Just a girl, who has typical and not so typical girl thoughts. I'll be using this space to talk about anything and everything. Maybe I'll even talk about you. Names *might* be changed to protect the innocent and the not so innocent....you decide..
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10 Responses to Not the Best Monday

  1. John Dougherty says:

    I’m really sorry to hear that, Stef. You had the kind of job I would love (but will never have). I wish you the very best of luck finding something new as soon as possible. John

  2. Noah says:

    I’m very sorry to see that Stef – I’ll have my ears and eyes open for you.

  3. Hey there Not Your Typical Girl! I am a fan of your blog and I am confident that your next gig will be even better! Check out both the company digital Royalty http://www.thedigitalroyalty.com/# – They specialize in corporate strategy using social media with a portfolio of sports teams and sports celebs. The company I work for has partnered with dR in support of a client. I appreciate their energy and creativity. Founder Amy Jo Martin did a great TED talk about innovating your life http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3NvIFZUMZY. She is inspiring in a down to earth and real way. YOU are amazing… best of luck!

  4. DD says:

    Hang in there kid…we’re all pulling for you. You might want to reach out to @7line and see if Darrin might know some people.

  5. Smplefy says:

    Stef, Sorry to hear about your job. Hope that something comes along quickly.

  6. Alice Walker says:

    Hey Stef,

    Sorry to hear that, I was recently made redundant too. I’m pretty sure that something will come along shortly!

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