Tuesday, October 6, 2009


For the first time in a long time there is some movement in my life! Not as in working out or running but career wise.

Since moving back to the suburbs, I have had mixed emotions. I've been out of NY for 2 years. It's crazy to me that 2 years ago I was debating a move to California (where I would have been laid off) and a job here in CT.

Truth be told, I have hated living in CT. Sure I have had some good times with friends... but for the most part I miss the vibe of New York City.

A few weeks ago, I helped out a buddy of mine who works at a cable network in NYC. We have known each other since we were seven years old. He needed something from us so I hooked him up and did such a good job that he asked me to send him my resume.

Well, 2 weeks ago his boss sent me an e-mail about coming in and talking about possible job opportunities.

That interview was this past Friday. I am pretty confident in how the interview went because it was two hours and the Executive Producer told me that I "...would be a perfect fit."

What helped was that my buddy G is highly respected by her and at the Network.

I had lunch with my buddy G after the interview and he was impressed that it was about 2 hours long. "She never meets with anyone for more than 20 minutes when it comes to feeling someone out for a position."

I shot her a thank you card and a thank you e-mail. Apparently something is in the works and I should be hearing from Human Resources soon.

I am pretty excited about it only because this means that I will be back in NYC and REALLY involved in the creative process for this show. It's long hours and lot's of different jobs to be doing at once but I think that I am up for the challenge.

We'll see what happens.


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  2. Sending you positive thoughts JP!

  3. wow hope something works out for you back in NYC if it's what you want. is that easy to find places to live in NYC or??? just got me real curious.