I’m enjoying my last week of WFH for the foreseeable future. Unless things get really bad again with Covid (which, Fall? Winter? Who knows?), I’m going back to the office for work starting Monday, August 17th. It’s just better that way as I’m handling samples and need to pop around and measure things at a moment’s notice and review and approve packaging, fabrics, etc. all the time. I’m actually going into the office for a bit today as I need to do some approvals that are there.
Good news is we won’t have a full office at all. In fact, I understand that only about 10-15% of us are going back to the office environment, so…it will be clean and quiet in there. And I can bring my dog again!
Can’t wait to just get out of this apartment during the day.
Things around the apartment are ok. I’m still driving Martini out to different parks for her walks (due to fear of walking around my apartment). I’ve gotten used to it. I’ve loved my pre-work morning routines during Covid: sleep in a bit, do a 30-minute light cardio workout, then drive out to the trail and walk Martini for 45 minutes, come home, shower and start work (usually starting around 9am - an hour later than I normally start work at the office).
But then I just…ugh, I don’t know. I feel like I’m sitting in a little corner of my place in a kind of rigged-up desk. I mean, it’s a legit desk, but it just doesn’t feel like a great workplace environment, you know? And when I’m done working - it’s still there! Taunting me!
I think if I were working for myself, I’d have a studio where I’d go to do my thing. It would be a place for creative work where I could see my progress and not a little corner of my apartment.
ANYWAY. This week is good because I can see the light at the end of the tunnel - whatever tunnel that may be.
Who knows? Maybe Putin’s Corona vaccine really works???!!!
Honestly, here’s hoping for some REAL relief, really soon.
…and for more interesting things to write about!
Last updated August 11, 2020