Finding a job surely isn’t easy for anyone. Tailoring cover letters and CVs, coming up with references, phone interviews, live interviews, personality tests…the list goes on and on. It can be even more challenging for an introvert. Besides figuring out what you actually want to do, you need to present yourself in the best possible light and sell your skills, while seeming like the nicest person on the planet. This can be tricky – especially since you’re also supposed to “act natural” and be yourself. What can you do, if just taking a phone call from an unknown number already freaks you out or you have to show your best side in a small meeting room while being questioned by four people? How should you answer the dreaded”teamwork-question or approach a desk in the middle of an open office? Read my advice on facing certain factors, when applying for and finding a new job. Spoiler: It’s a lot easier if you know these small tricks.
When I first started getting interested in a minimalist lifestyle, not buying anything new wasn’t the big difficulty. I found it hardest to reduce what I already had. I somewhat followed my instinct, but looking back it could have been easier with more guidance. That’s why I decided to create this small guide to help you downsize your wardrobe. I started writing the Minimalist Wardrobe series on my former blog and have now decided to re-vamp the posts and continue with the series here.