Exactly like last year, I’ll leave you in peace for the Summer.
These are going to be my activities until September:
♥ Fixing this website that is getting slower and slower (if you are an IT man, I might tell you to get in touch so we can discuss how much you want to fix it, but I know you’d say that you don’t have time for this. You are all the same. You never have time for me).
♥ Taking care of my clients. If even a horrible individual like Ángel eventually got a job, my technique must be good.
♥ Figuring out whether I am going to move country again or not.
♥ Reading at least half of the books I bought this year.
♥ Getting tanned.
In the unlikely event that you miss me during this time, you could read a handful of my favourite articles published in this magazine:
Or, if you are one of those people who say things like Christmas is a commercial holiday, you might well try some of my unfavourite ones, those related to dreadful memories for whatever reasons:
Anyway, during the whole Summer I will still be available to do Free CV Reviews, CV & Cover Letter Writing, and Shortlisted’s Therapies, apart on my birthday – you should never work when it’s your birthday but no, I’m not going to say when my birthday is, since you perfectly know that I’m not a blogger.
I will still be active on Twitter when I feel like it, and will also continue to accept Guest Posts, so if you have a great idea just feel free to drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, but please consider that any accepted article will be published from September on.
Last but least, you should definitely be listening to my wonderful YouTube Summer Playlist: 9 Songs for Job Seekers even if you are not a job seeker, and the reason you should be doing so is that I refrained myself from stuffing it with Take That songs.
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