Whole30 Day 24

Guess who got a job!!

No. I did…

Last year, just before the summer of 2011, I swore never again to provide my workman services to any business in the food industry. Given this edict placed on myself, guess which type of job I got.

Yes. Food services industry. You’re getting better!

It’s okay though. My previous reluctance stemmed from quite a horrible job in an establishment which provided no formal organization, liars, no room for advancement (even after being told that I was one of the best employees they’ve ever had), miscommunication, laziness, and lack of respect for certain positions.

This time around I’ll be working with fellow students in one of the dining halls on campus and in a MUCH more systemic environment. So maybe this time around my schedule will actually mean something.

Good thing my Whole30 is almost over too because with each shift I get a meal pass. Don’t worry, I’ll still make the best decision possible when selecting my food. I just don’t know if it would exactly follow Whole30 guidelines.

Here’s to making money!

Yes, that is an actual depiction of how much money I’ll be making…per hour.

On to the foods

Meal 1: You know the drill. Egg scramble with some liver, broccoli, and zucchini.

Meal 2: Large sweet potato, leftover chicken, two small apples, and some walnuts.

Meal 3: Ribs (jesus these things were fatty), watermelon, broccoli and eggplant stir-fry.

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2 responses to “Whole30 Day 24

    • Like Jake, I do have mixed feelings. Naturally, I would not proucde brickfilms if they did not give me any personal pleasure, otherwise that would be pretty stupid. In that sense, I do proucde them for myself, and the feeling when I complete a project is immensly satisfying. Also, it’s nice to do something with your LEGO, and at nearly 14, I have outgrown the playing stage, so making films seems like the obvious and most enjoyable thing to do with my collection.However, it is also a great feeling when my films get a positive response from other youtubers. Nice comments are always part of the whole experience (and criticism too). Also, releasing films on YouTube does generate criticism (usually nice), which helps to improve my future projects!Also, take a film. In the end, you are making it so that the world can see it. Not everyone will like it, but many will. However, a director or actor would never work on that film unless they enjoy it. I think that perfectly mirrors brickfilms, in my view. I proucde my brickfilms because I enjoy it, and like making them! But I also enjoy showing them to the wider world by posting them on YouTube

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