>Gili’s Guide to Getting Laid Off

March 17, 2009 § Leave a comment

>As a structuralist, it is necessary for me to have a schedule in order to lead a productive and enjoyable life while unemployed.

My schedule is flexible in so much as I may choose to fulfill each task in whatever order works best for me. Unless the circumstances change, each task is given my complete attention for the time alloted. No task should be allowed to take up more or less time than what’s been scheduled. I have added flexibility in my allotments where necessary.

Here are a list of tasks and times that I have given myself:

1-2 hours job searching, cover letter/resume writing
1-2 hours writing (current projects)
1-2 hours Aikido
30 minutes-1 hour business planning/researching

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