The great thing about working a mile from home is that I can pop into the office on a Sunday morning and catch up on things.
The bad thing about working a mile from home is that I can pop into the office on a Sunday morning and catch up on things.
It's not like anyone made me go in this morning, it was a choice. Really it was.
I'm what you call an overachiever. You may have noticed.
The truth is I was backed up on emails and various projects and all that stuff hanging over my head was keeping me up at night.
I make a really good employee because I take things very seriously, I have a strong work ethic, I'm very organized, and I take responsibility when things fall behind.
Of course, when all of this goes into hyperdrive and things are getting out of control and I am getting stressed and everyone starts getting antsy because they want their stuff done and I can't do it because, you know, I can only do one thing at a time and I only have two hands and if everyone would just get off my back and let me actually finish something, I tend to get a little stabby.
Not literally, mind you. That would make me a really bad employee. I just throw some temper tantrums. And get grumpy. Very grumpy.
So I went into the office so that tomorrow I can try to be slightly pleasant.
I'm not making any promises though.