Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Time For A Change

I decided recently that I was really in need, or want, of a change. I really want to change up my style. No more t-shirts... okay, at least not for going out. I want to actually have some style. I want to have nice clothes that I look really good in. I want to do stuff with my hair instead of throwing it up in a ponytail all the time. I'm tired of looking like a teenager. I need to change my style so I can look and feel more my age. So, if anyone has any tips on how to dress stylishly, find good clothes, and change my daily hairstyle, I would REALLY appreciate it!!

Jon is doing really well. He sold 4 yesterday and was #19 in the company for that day! It was awesome! His first sale was just amazing! He sold it to a couple who just moved into a new 3-story home! The guy was pretty rich because he had a family member that worked at a company... I can't remember the company... It's kinda lame, because he never had to really work for his money, but still. It was a 45 point system!! And for those of you who don't understand how big that actually is, they usually give out between 5-10 points, so it was huge!! Jon got to charge them a lot of extra money and made at least 2 or 3 times more on that sale than a normal one! It was great! It also took the technician 6 hours to get it done!! And then to get 3 more... yeah, it was a great day for him!! Good job Babe!!

I am almost done with my medical transcriptioning program. I sat down today and figured how much work I have to do before I get to my final. I'm in the last stretch and have 165 more dictations to transcribe. That's a pretty big number to look at, but I split it up. I am hoping to finish with it by June 5th. My parents will be here on June 6th, so it's a perfect time. That's about 16 days, including today, that I have to actually work, so minus Sundays. So really, I only have to do about 11 a day!! That's awesome!! I can TOTALLY do that! I'm way excited about it and feel a lot more motivated to actually work! Wish me luck!!


  1. Hey, its Whitney. I felt the same way (about the way I dressed) and I found that a quick and easy way to dress up almost any outfit is to throw on a blazer! (I'm obviously no pro, but this is my somewhat recent discovery) :) ...I LOVE blazers! By putting on a blazer, a fun necklace and some heals or ballet flats, stepping it up can be really fun and easy. :)

  2. Well first off obviously just stay away from t-shirts. Get some stylish button up shirts or shirts with a collar. It helps to make you look more mature without really making you look too formal. Also, lower cut shirts with a cami or something underneath obviously is a good way to go as well. Any kind of bottom will work. Obviously just dress for the occasion. But you know that already. :) The same would go for shoes. Belts placed around your hips or around your waist but not in the belt loops is also a good way to add an accent and it adds a little bit of flair to it as well.

  3. Thanks for the tips guys! I appreciate it a lot! You're great!