Oi to the world

I don’t remember ever having a December move this quickly, which is a shame because the Christmas season is one of those times of the year where it’s actually OK to sit back and take everything in as it goes. But then again, I don’t remember having a December so packed in with work that has me pretty much secluded either at the office or staring at an Excel sheet and Word documents. What’s outside these four walls?

Cultural insulation for the modern worker. Win.

I think I talk way too much about work here, which is someone no one – including me, which I feel a little ashamed of – really wants to engage in unless the job is actually worth discussing about. Like being an astronaut. Or a caveman. Otherwise, who gives a fuck. But I like my job, which would explain why I find myself enjoying talking about it. As an event coordinator, I’m constantly challenged, utilizing different skills and learning things that I only wish my 6 year academic career would have told me before I left. I feel as if it’s taking me places. My job can also be stressful and demanding. Setbacks have been common and there are days where the last thing you want to do is check your email inbox or review the missed calls on your phone while you were sleeping. But I guess when my biggest problems at the moment are centered around females and trying to figure out what the hell to get the parents for Christmas, I think I’m handling everything just fine.

No more work related posts until the actual event has passed. I promise.

Posted: December 22nd, 2011
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