Hello All! I’ve been a bit MIA last week, it just wasn’t my week and I just felt like giving up on everything. But I’m back this week and I’ve got something new to show ya’ll! Alright, fine I wasn’t depressed or anything I was just playing ANIMAL CROSSING: Pocket Camp! This game is definitely a huge time waster and a huge time commitment. But I love it and I’ll tell you more about why I love it, why I hate it and why you should play it! Then I’ll share some cool tricks and tools to get yourself started.
I am very lucky to have parents that love me unconditionally but I bet it’s really hard for them as it is really hard for me to love my boyfriend and my friends unconditionally. That’s why I always wonder, to love someone unconditionally means I would have to forgive my partner with everything, even cheating. Now that’s a little absurd, in our society today that’s called being cucked by your own lover. Achieving unconditional love is so hard, it’s hard with friends, family and romantic relationship. I have the greatest respect for those that can say they have achieved unconditional love but is it really? (I’m always skeptical when a couple tells me this. Parents loving their kids unconditionally, sure but not romantic relationships. Much much harder to achieve.) Anyway, since it is really hard to talk about all three at once, I want to focus on romantic relationships today.
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Today’s interview question of the day is another behavioral question. I have been really busy with school so I will not be able to do 1 question a day so my goal for this topic will be maybe 2 a week. I hope you guys understand. Anyway enough with the excuses, here is today’s question:
Have you ever made a mistake? How did you handle it?
My nunhood story started at the age of 12, I was sitting in Sunday mass one summer afternoon when a wonderfully sweet nun stepped up to the podium to speak. She was dressed in all white with the exception of her black shoes. She spoke invited all the young girls from age 16-30 to join her convent for a “Come and See.” A come and see is a weekend event that the nuns of that convent host to encourage young girls into the path of religious service. As soon as I turned 16 I started my journey of nunhood. By the age of 17 I had attended multiple retreats and come and sees at different convents all over California. When I entered my last year of high school, I was adamant that I wanted to pursue nunhood for the rest of my life. (I know right? Giving up my life at 17…) When high school ended I committed myself to God.
Being a new graduate means finding a job. But first you have to land an interview. So in order to help myself and you guys, I’ll do a 1 question a day. I’ll give a question that I’ve been asked or are commonly asked questions then I’ll respond to it. That way we can compare the answers with each other and maybe get a chance to improve our answers.
Describe an occasion when you worked on a team and something did not go well. How did you respond?