As you can see, I post a lot of Everlane reviews. In fact, my consistent posting of almost everything Everlane has landed me a top spot in google search for their products. And it's great because I really like most of their stuff and truly love their message of radical transparency. But about 6 months ago (before I started seriously blogging) I applied for a job there...on three separate occasions. The first time was for a position as a social media manager. And to be honest I was way out of my depth there. Knew nothing about it except my own social media tendencies. So of course I didn't get it, though I'm glad I got to experience their application process (write up something interesting and then do a vlog-post-type interview that you send in). Plus, that job listing led me to my path of digital marketing and blogging (but that's a whole 'nother story). Then I applied to be their office manager, which I could do in my sleep. But that's exactly why they said no, because I probably would have fallen asleep. So I get it, no for that too. And the last one was as a brand ambassador, which was paid in Everlane gear but no actual wage. Just got no response on that one. Which is kind of too bad. But that's okay because now I've inadvertently made myself a type of brand ambassador, one that reviews many of their products (and people like my reviews like the Fall 2015 sweater review!). I mean it would be cool to get free stuff but in the meantime I'm keeping myself busy with new business ventures (major changes up ahead!).