Seriously, that last post is awesome and worth reading. And not at all what you think.
Oh yeah, and the one before that about the 5K. I did it. I got really, REALLY damned muddy. And I survived.
In the news today—well, my news anyway—today's my last day at a job I've held for almost 10 years. It's been both good and bad for me to have stayed at one place so long. Good, in that I've had a stable job, good pay, and great benefits for almost a decade. Bad, in that I've been working on the same projects, for the same in-house clients for almost a decade. But there are far worse fates! I'm just ready for a change. (That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!)
So, I'm abandoning my comfort zone, my cushy 7th-floor window office, and these lovely golden handcuffs to start a new job on Monday. I'll be doing the same kind of thing for all new in-house clients, on a team that seems as sideways as I am. Yes, I'm excited, and a bit nervous. Change is never comfortable. Neither is the learning curve. But it'll be good for me. Really good.
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