A couple weeks ago I attempted to declutter by selling off my old games consoles. It was mostly successful, I sold off over £280 worth of stuff, but my second-hand PS4 had been opened before I bought it and apparently my PS3 didn’t output HD, so the tech store I was selling to couldn’t accept either. Read More
Sometimes I get distracted from my work. There’s a conversation going on that sounds too fun not to join in. Someone asks me something that isn’t super important, but they’re right there and I want to help them. I work on a small project for half an hour instead of the big one that has priority. Read More
One of the tools that I found especially useful in my last job was Process Street. It’s great for recurring tasks, but not so much for ad hoc stuff. I didn’t really do enough ad hoc stuff to need a tool that excelled in that area. I think that the routine made me a little complacent. Read More
Every work day I take my lunch and go to the local park. While not everybody may have the luxury of a park near their workplace, everyone does have the luxury of at least one scheduled break time a day. So many times I’ve seen people sitting at their desk with their lunches, scrolling on their Read More
Another Monday, another beginning of the week at my new job. Today I started feeling the pressure a bit as I tried to get several reports all done at the same time, including one report that we had only just finished putting together last week and doesn’t yet have a proper process to it. Most of Read More
In yesterday’s post I feel like I only shared half the truth about handling emotions. Anger is an easy emotion to discuss, because it’s one I’m working on, but there are many other just as important feelings that I didn’t talk about because in honesty, I overlook them myself.