I’m not thinking of squirrels even though I’m very squirrely right now. I’m having a hard time sitting still, and focusing – pffft, yeah, that’s not happening. There’s just too much on the brain right now.
I’m thinking of my career change and networking and my resume – I have revisions I need to make to my resume and while I do have it in my backpack (yes, I bring a backpack to work, have to carry my lunch and sweater in something), I don’t feel very comfortable bringing the resume out should the wrong person see it. There’d be some explainin’ to do.
I’ve looked at new jobs and I’m so antsy to apply, but I’m not quite there yet. Once the resume and LinkedIn profile are done, I’ll be ready to go. Soon. Very soon. Plus, I have another book to read called 60 Seconds and You're Hired! It’s a guide to any and all kinds of questions I could be asked during an interview.
I’ve also had my head wrapped around the idea of writing a book. Don’t hold your breath waiting for it though; I have to put the pieces together and right now I’m looking at about a 100,000 piece puzzle and each piece is less than an inch high. I keep finding microscopic story bits, but the pieces aren’t connecting yet.
I’m also squirrely to exercise – I came in to work yesterday, July 4, to process and sign off on timecards. I’d also wanted to take a fitness class yesterday, but since it took longer than I expected, I missed the class. I did get in a nap in the afternoon though. Score! I’d forgotten how good naps feel. Why employers don’t allow naps during the workday is beyond me. Think of the increased productivity!
I’ve also been browser window shopping … okay, nothing that I need, just stuff I want, like this uber cool Voltron T-shirt, or how about this Dr. Strange T-shirt.
Lunch is almost done; I should try to at least look productive. Wish me luck.