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October 29th, 2006 at 08:09 pm

walked with mom for 50 min

Still having conversations in my head regarding work. Came to a few conclusions, but not sure if I can stick to them.

1. Do my job and no one else's. Stop monitoring other's work also. It's the manager's job to make sure things are getting done right, not mine. If we go to production without whole areas getting tested, that's not my responsibililty.

2. Communicate exactly how long things will take me and don't accept new assignements unless I have the time or I tell my manager about the crunch and suggest they ask someone else to help out, or take some other assignment away from me.

3. Get involved in my hobbies more to take my mind off of work in the evenings. Reading has become more difficult lately because of the never-ending track in my head telling me about all the things I need to do. I watch a lot more mindless television and that's just wasting my time without relaxing me. I have nothing against watching TV, but I've been watching just to watch and not because it really interests me. I need to start distracting myself and get excited about something else.

Went to King Soopers today for the rest of my groceries. Spent $20.45

Got the following free

75 ct of Tums - made $1.00 with coupon since it was FAR
1 frozen mac and cheese dinner
1 package Life Saver's Sweet Mints
1 package Brach's candy corn

Went to Chili's for lunch and spent $8.00

Finished reading my book Dark Dreamers by Christine Feehan. Supernatural. Very good.

1 Responses to “semi-relaxed”

  1. JanH Says:

    Sounds like you are an extremely hard-working, capable employee. They tend to overload wonderful people like you. Don't blame you for setting boundaries before you burn out!

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