When I first started the job I told myself that I would never be interviewed, that it was all a charade.
A lot of the people I was interviewing would be my friends and family and would never even get a word in edgewise, or would just get in touch with me.
But then I started interviewing journalists, and I had to ask them for interviews, because that was the only way they could find me.
The only people I knew would have an idea of what I was up to and what I wanted to do.
I also realised that people were not only talking to me about what I had done in the past, but also what they wanted to know about me in the future.
The fact that I didn’t have to prove my credentials was a huge relief.
But the pressure to produce a perfect story also meant I didn ‘receive’ all the questions I was asked.
The story I wanted was not always going to be as good as the one I had written, or even the one that the person I was speaking to would be talking about, and it was often difficult to convince them of my work and my ability.
I had started off with a lot of false starts and no answers.
Then, on top of that, the fact that people who are interviewing for the job would expect me to be honest with them and that I was a professional, I started to feel like I was in a trap.
I felt like I wasn’t doing my job properly, and that my work was not good enough.
A lot of my interviewers were not interested in my work, and often I was not allowed to speak about my work at all, I was even not allowed in the interview room to talk about it.
This created a sense of unease.
They knew I was doing my work because they were in the room, and they would always ask me about my life and my job, but I didn´t want to tell them.
It was as if they were the ones doing it.
They would have no interest in the job and were interested only in the stories I was telling.
As a journalist, I had a very difficult time accepting the job.
I was working in the dark, in a room full of people who didn´s care about my career.
My work was being judged by people who could not even tell me how I was going to do it.
My questions were not being asked to my face, but only in passing.
I became depressed, and felt I was never going to get an interview.
I was told to keep my mouth shut and not to answer any questions, but when I asked the same question to my friends they started to question me.
My friends started to ask questions.
Some of them asked me questions about my previous job, like why I had come to the state, what kind of jobs I had, why I wanted this job.
My answer was: I wanted a different job, because I was bored.
I didn`t want them to question it.
I started feeling really lonely, and also like I would be rejected.
When the story I was writing was released, it made me feel great, and even more so after the interview.
It made me realise that it could be done, I could do something I had always wanted to, even if I was just a regular reporter, I would get a chance to do something new.
I made a decision that I could be an editor of my own website, I can write about all aspects of journalism.
The first two months were very difficult, because it was difficult to get any information out, because the people in the office knew that I wasn´t interested in any of it, I wanted the story to be written by me, and the stories to be the same, but it was also very hard to get anyone interested in the story.
But once the website was up, the stories started to come out.
I got to interview with a number of journalists and to write about them.
I have to say, they were great, they are really honest, they have a passion for journalism, they will talk to you about the news you write, even in the same sentence, even though you are not in a position to know how to write a story, or how to do a story in a way that is relevant to the reader.
I am happy with how the website turned out.
My main goal now is to get as much information out as possible, and hopefully to get a copy of the book in the first week of January.