Back to work

After more than half a year of doing my own thing, I’m giving agency life another go.  Starting next week, I’ll be back working in public relations full-time.

During my time freelancing, I always kept my options open, and an opportunity came up that seems like it will be a good fit.

Do I feel any trepidation? Truthfully, I still feel a mild sting due to my experiences at the last agency, so my my biggest concern is that we all work together well at the new place.  But I hope to take my many lessons from my past work life and apply them to the new job.

Will it be hard going back to a regular work routine?  A little, but I did spend a lot of time in the past eight months exploring my skills in writing, public relations, marketing and branding.  I also got to spend plenty of time with my pup, play capoeira a lot, study Portuguese and travel to Brazil, Canada, New York, Big Sur and Mendocino.

I’ll squeeze the last bits of free time that I have this weekend and take advantage of the ample sunshine and warmth, for Monday, it’s a new job and the beginning of a new story.

Wish me luck!

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One response

  1. Hi Michelle,
    After two weeks or so of knowing you, let me tell you that it has been great being on your team and being your intern! I hope that once I leave the office, things at work continue to be as great as they are. You are a wonderful team-player and have showed a lot of valuable skills that have reflected on how our team as a whole functions. Thanks for being my mentor! I will definitely keep in touch with you 🙂 Although my blog is still under construction, don’t hesitate to pay me a visit!

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