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weekly update

I missed the Week in Review link-up at Clean Eats, Fast Feets yesterday, because I spent a lot of the weekend trying to rest and recover from last week. I worked 5 days straight. Which is normal for most people, but to someone used to a MWF schedule, it was tough. Monday and Wednesday were… Continue reading weekly update

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week in review: a semi-vacation week

Linking up with Meghan over on Clean Eats, Fast Feets, so I can feel like I accomplished something last week. Warning:  it’s not much. The week before last, I worked 45+ hours in my 3-day-work-week, so I’m still kind of recovering from that. Including Memorial Day (at least that 13 hours was all OT pay.… Continue reading week in review: a semi-vacation week

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I’m baaaack…..

Did you miss me?  No?  That’s cool. You’ve been busy, I’m sure, what with the holiday craziness and making New Years’ Resolutions you know you won’t keep.  Okay, maybe you’ll keep them.  I don’t know you that well (and why is that? Because you never comment! How am I supposed to get to know you… Continue reading I’m baaaack…..

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enough or too much?

The past week, my life has been crazy. Not just crazy-busy, but full-on crazy. My boss–who I’ve been working for since January—turned in his notice. Somehow, I managed not to cry, but I’m far from happy over it, although I respect his decision, and his reasons. They jerked him around for months, overworked him, forced… Continue reading enough or too much?