Thoughts You Will Have on the Morning of Your First Day

Thoughts You Will Have on the Morning of Your First Day

 
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//  What if they think I'm overdressed? Is a blazer too much? Maybe I should just wear a nice shirt....

//  What if I don't know what I'm doing?  Maybe I'll screw everything up and they'll hate me.

//  Shit shit shit shit, I'm going to mess up so bad!

//  No.  I'm going to be fine.  They hired me for a reason, and I'm going to do good, and everything's going to be great!

//  Does this outfit look too matronly?

//  Should I bring lunch?  Or are we going to get food somewhere?  Or will I even have time to eat...
 
//  What if they think I'm an idiot?
 
// You're not an idiot, Kiersten.  Calm the eff down.
 
//  Wait...hair up or down?  Does down look unprofessional?  
 
//  What if I screw up so bad they tell me they made a mistake and not to come back?

 

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