Like work. (bleh)
I had 2 interviews this week. One position I want more than the other, and he basically told me I'd be called back for the second round of interviews, this time with him and the CFO of the organization. They are spread across 14 or so states, so it's not a small deal. I'm not really nervous though. I know a few Chief Officers and they're not as intimidating as you might imagine. They're actually pretty cool. Of course, one of them is my uncle, but we'll overlook that for the moment.
Do most people go through their lives with the same financial struggles that I do? Money is such a constant worry to me. I always worry about having enough money. About paying the bills. Stretching my money till the next bit comes in. It consumes me sometimes, and I'm not sure that's good. I know other people have the same struggles. Are they just more quiet about it, more private? Or are they genuinely less stressed about it? I've always gotten by, I've always been alright, so why isn't that a comfort to me? In fact, I usually have plenty. It's just annoying sometimes.