Some days, the Internet allows me to connect with people, to see another side, to experience outside my own comfort zone. And some days, it makes me think a good hard Flood is overdue.
(seriously: a little compassion, a little perspective, and a little less ego should not be so difficult, humanity...)
In other, I guess happier news, it is officially into March, which means my work schedule has kind of exploded. Some of that (writing the new G&T novel, working on the new proposal) I CAN talk about, some I CAN'T talk about, and some I can't talk about YET. (yes, I know, I'm a tease).
So far, the once-a-week-on-the-coworking-space office seems to be doing what it needed to do: shaking up my habits and giving me a different perspective on what I'm doing. I may up the time-split eventually...we'll see. I've never been a "working in my PJs type" anyway. I am going to try to keep the "less work on weekends" trend, but also reserve the right to go into full-on manic meerkat mode, as needed. You'll know when. :-)
So, relevant to the first bit of work, a question for those of you with household animals and technology:
do your animals ever pay the slightest bit of attention to the screen when you're skyping/otherwise involved in digital conversations? And if so, what form does that attention take?
- Spring is coming in, but keep the scarf wrapped round your throat...