Well last year was a bit rubbish, politically, leaving the eu and that uncertainty.
Health wise it's been a battle, still recovering from operation now and have a severe ear infection.
Friendships wise I've struggled.
I attempted to get help for my metal health and failed.
Leaving my last job and having to be in benefits (signed off as unfit to work at present) and not getting any benefit due to apparently getting a huge paycheck last month (I didn't)...
But I've made some new friends, fixing an important friendship. Aaaaand!!!!! I have an interview for an ideal job for me! Working within a mental health hospital! I know my ears will make it really hard to start with, but I made it through final year at uni after the same well similar operation so I can do this. I really want this job, I have a lot of experience and my education. I'm really anxious and excited about the opportunity! I haven't had an interview since September 2014 so trying to think how to prepare for it, what should I take, all my certificates?although the role is an unqualified one. I'm really hoping I make it through the selection process! I think my lack of being able to do night shifts us going to go against me, I just physically cannot sleep in the day, I've done an 18hr waking night shift before and had a shift the following day and I couldn't sleep between, so exhausting. Of I can find a way to sleep in day I'll be able to do it.
Really pleased I got an interview though, I can't remember my application or cv (resume) due to being really ill when filling in the application..
Anyway, tips please guys!!! <3