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My story happened in the year 2011.It was a beautiful evening when I read through the pages of Total Girl magazine. As I read through the pages of the magazine, I accidentally came across with a very beautiful page. This beautiful page was something like a job opportunity page. It informed me that the Total Girl staffs are looking for girls who have the passion and capabilities to be part of the Jr. Tg Team. Jr. Tg Team is actually like a mini version of the Total Girl staffs. As an avid fan of total girl, becoming a part of the Jr. Tg Team has always been my dream. At first, I was really hesitant to apply for the Jr. Tg Team because I admit I didn’t believe in myself before. I didn’t believe that I have a talent that is worthy to be flaunted and shared. I also thought that if I join, my efforts would be just a waste since I know there are other girls who are way better than me and that I will never have the chance to be chosen. Several days have passed and I taught about it again. I don’t know why but I suddenly decided to join the search for Jr. Tg Team and apply for Art Director. I opened my laptop and started making my essay and artworks for my application. When I already completed my application requirements, I immediately submitted them through e-mail. After I had submitted my application, I taught about it again and told myself not to expect too much and that I should expect for something worse, which is not getting a call for an interview by March 26,2011. The 26th day of March came and I was so dazed when I received a call from Ate Denise of total girl. She told me that I have to go to their office in Summit Media on the following Monday for an interview. At first, I was so speechless. I really couldn’t believe that I’m a few steps away from my dream.

My mom and I splurged thousands of money and crossed thousands of kilometers after the day Ate Denise notified me. I felt so excited and a little bit nervous before the interview. I already expected that I wouldn’t be picked because I know there are lots of girls who are way better than me. When I first entered Summit Media, I was so filled with wonder because the building was so mind-boggling. I was actually the first interviewee to arrive that’s why I was also the first one who got interviewed. When the interview started, my anxious suddenly disappeared and a big smile lit up on my face. I had so much fun with the TG staffs. During the interview, we had so much laughing moments. I was so happy when Ate CH of total girl told me that she likes my artworks and I have good write-ups. Ate Denise even asked me if I'm a journalist and if I write for a school newspaper. Well, I am not a journalist and I do not write for a school newspaper but I just love to write.

Even if I didn’t make the cut, I’m still very happy and proud of myself. This experience truly taught me to believe in myself and that if I want to seize an opportunity, I should not think twice. I should always go after it.

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