No one is ever worth an hour and a half wait.

Stuck in between diplomatic and unapologetic.


Everyone looks fine on the outside but they’re not so call up that friend who you haven’t spoke to in a while and ask how they’re doing cos they might die and you’ll never know

Anonymous SAID:
how do you do the long distance relationship with your boyfriend for so long? 4 years of college apart seems like a long time and I can't even do it for a few months

At the beginning of college, four years seem like a long time but we’re already juniors so it’s more than halfway over. We talk a lot, everyday at night and in between classes, especially online. The best part, I think, is when you have visits. I like to visit him once every other month, or vice versa.

Most importantly, if time is your biggest concern, find something that occupies you. If you have something that’s your own fun, the days and months go by so quickly.

youngskew SAID:
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Anonymous SAID:
Hey I just got hired at VS for sas. So I got trained for support sales & my shifts are on the floor, recovery of sales tables, I didn't know we had a quota too? So I didn't really give out my name when I helped the customers out yesterday. I just got my schedule & I only have one shift next week for 4 hours. Is it because I didn't meet quota? HELP? I have 4 shifts this week, so why is it like that?

Typically, newly hired associates get relatively fewer hours especially when it’s during your 90-day period. When I first started last year, I would have two days a week at the most. 

It’s also normal for you to have more hours that you would usually get during the first week of SAS. There needs to be more coverage because there is such a large volume of people in the store at a time. However, by the second week, the crowd eventually dies down. Therefore, so do the hours. 

Unless you work in a store with poor management, the number of hours that you get shouldn’t be reflective of your SPAH. It’s a new system that actually wasn’t present until this season’s SAS. 

Then again, it doesn’t hurt to give your name when you’re dealing with customers. My advice would be to offer shoppers to customers and as you’re handing the shoppers over, say, “By the way, my name is So-and-So. If there’s anything else you need, I’ll be right here.” Even if they don’t take the shopper, introduce yourself and let them know your assistance is available if they need it. 

Best of luck!