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Friday, June 19, 2015

This week I had so much on my plate that I decided not to track but to use the time for R & R so I would not be absolutely dead by the time my three-day weekend started. It worked and I actually have the energy to enjoy myself. It is really helping just to do something as simple as line up my work wardrobe for an entire week so after this, the second week, I am going to make that a habit. My boss, who is not the brightest bulb in the package, has already started in on us to complete the project that counts toward her evaluation--next year, and I reminded her yesterday that I have done all on it I intend to do. After January 1, I can walk away any time so I feel very liberated and empowered. New attitude: if you want my cooperation, give me some credit for the work or plan on doing it yourself!

There, that felt good!

Y'all have a great day. I have a book to read.

PS: tracking righteously the next three days because I am almost to my next level.
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    My boss went of her way to call me the other day to rag on me for something I didn't get done before I left for the summer......rawrrrr! Wish I had had the presence of mind to bring up all the things SHE neglected to do during the school year that messed up MY life! Good for you. emoticon
    1395 days ago
    Well done!! I bet it felt good, for sure!! emoticon
    1401 days ago
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    I hate when peeps don't want to do the work but take all the credit. Good for you for putting your foot down. Ask her what her contribution is or has been. That should really put her in her place.
    1402 days ago
    Great job on figuring out what YOU need in order to be successful - and I'm glad the R&R has recharged you and you're ready for your next steps!
    1402 days ago
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