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Yep -- not being "required" to go to work seems to give your mind/body a reason to slack off :old I find it to be almost like when I worked full time and had a day off -- "holiday schedule" :lol:
 

FarmerJamie

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It was a mentally stressful week at work and with the volunteer gig. Brain is shut down
At work, I found a "feature" in our project scheduling tool that invalidated one of our work instruction guides. We are encouraged to bring these up internally. I sent a detailed note on steps ABC to reproduce. The keeper of the tool said they did steps ADE and it works as intended. I replied with more detail and screenshots and they replied that because I did steps XYZ (not paying attention to my steps ABC) its working as expected. Our boss was on the emails and now he's confused.
 

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Embracing small steps. You eat an elephant one fork full at a time. Spent about an hour yesterday doing little things, like putting all the extra light bulbs in a box and moving to the storage in the basement. Moving everything non essential out of my office so I can finish the paint touch-up work, etc. Stuff like that. Can't see a difference, but it was progress. Not nagging, leading by example
 
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