So yesterday, my whole team pulled together in a mad scramble to craft something really solid in a rush project for our client. We came back with something great, and positive, and actionable, and our direct point of contact was very pleased. Continue reading “Frustrations”
I wasn’t thrilled about picking up a new meeting on Sunday for a Monday 9am conference call.
I generally don’t love rush projects, or projects that take up every minute of the day and still make me work late. Continue reading “Discoveries”
I work from home on the regular, but for a lot of people this is a new experience.
So if this is all new to you, here are some tips as we prepare for another week of working remotely… Continue reading “Working from home”
So, even though there is literally no reason for me to go to an office almost ever, and even though there’s extra reasons not to go when we’re trying to slow a pandemic, I had to go to the office on Monday.
After 3 nonconsecutive hours of sleep, I wake up. Ahead of the small-hours alarm, but not so early that I could do my workout before rather than after work. Though that is what I told myself, as I tossed and turned – that if I was awake again (or still) with 45 minutes left pre-alarm, I would work out. Continue reading “Commuter skies – a negative that’s positive”
If you’ve read my blog for any length of time, you can tell why it’s called semi-random flotsam.
It’s very… flotsam-y. Just whatever floats out of my head to this screen…
And that, as you may have noticed, is often rather random.
There are long stretches where there’s nothin at all.
And then I’m back. Spewing my semi random flotsam.
Travel comes up often (which I love and am thankful to get to go). Fitness comes up at intervals. DuoLingo, cooking, work, peeves, faith.
And my commute. If you stick around, you’ll probably tire of hearing of the commute. Continue reading “Long dark drive”
I gave up and slept at 7:30pm. I just couldn’t keep myself up any later.
But to my body that was the wee hours, not an afternoon nap. So at 4:17am I am awake again. Initially confused and then able to locate myself in time and space: I’m home.
And I’m up too early, for where I am. Try to go back to sleep for a while. Continue reading “First day back – the day broken down”