I'll get to the bad news first: several of my pending jobs have failed to communicate with me to confirm a work date in the time that it takes for my Botox to wear off. *angry wrinkle face* >:(
Therefore, starting with JOB 8, I am seeking replacement jobs. If you hire me next, chances are that you will snatch up the oh-so-great, position number eight.
I am also implementing a 3 week hire policy. If you hire me, the job has to be paid for and completed within three weeks. If not, I will quit before I even start. Ha! I feel like I am back in college. Hasta la vista puny gas station wage, I'm working at RED LOBSTER. Classy.
Now for the good news: it's that time again: I have to plant more seeds for potential jobs and pimp out my project.
Here's the posting that I infected my favorite job search sites with:
Your ad, titled 'Hire someone with brains, beauty and balls' has been posted as follows:
http://montreal.craigslist.ca/res/1679485515.html (resumes / job wanted)
Hello! My name is Aimee Davison. I'm a blogger and vlogger who is currently completing 100 jobs for $100 minimum. I'm up to Job 40, but I need to book more jobs, ASAP!
That's where YOU come in. Hire me to do any job: cleaning up your filing cabinet, running errands, walking your dog, pet sitting, cooking you an organic meal: anything, really, so long as it's not sex work or dangerous to my health and well-being.
A National Film board mini-doc about my project:
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IN OTHER JOBS:
Keharn sent over some artwork for me to evaluate for Job 37 (working as an artistic director for an educational application on the prevention of teen dating violence). Here are the concept sketches, done by artist, Matthew Bleasdale:
Keharn found the characters too "inappropriately sexy and skinny" so we are going to go with the cuter, shorter versions:
The same thing goes for the male characters. Admirably, Keharn values relatable, quirky characters over clichéd "perfect" imagery.
The modified version:
IN JOBS FROM AROUND THE WEB:
I wanted to send a shout out to Sean Aiken (@seanaiken on Twitter) of "One Week Job". A friend alerted me to his awesome multi-job project.
In 2007 and 2008, Sean completed one new job a week for 52 weeks across North America, and donated his wages to the ONE / Make Poverty History campaign. He has a book out that you should check out. He's definitely an inspiration for me!
Here's hoping I get a juicy job offer or two tonight,