I remember several years ago, when I had a “normal” job, completing computer updates and upgrades gave me a sense of accomplishment. After all, making sure all my systems where up to date and running smooth was not only a part of my job, but insured I could fulfill my other duties well.
At the end of 2014, I took a long shot.
I saw a job opening on the Church Relevance website and thought I would drop my name into the running.
Having read the job description, I figured I could handle it and their overall mission was very curious to me.
With a mention to it being a “telecommuting position,” the choice was easy. So, I followed through with the application process.
Since the beginning of the month, my life has been nothing but crazy.
Between starting a new job, recovering from being sick, landing a few new projects, and a quick weekend trip with the family, my human bandwidth has been maxed-out.
I’ve known there to be limits, but have never really experienced it like this before.
So this past weekend we got some snow.
Lots of snow.
Working from home has its advantages and disadvantages.
(Many of which I am sure will become excellent fodder for future posts.)
Recently I left my desk and headed into the kitchen for a refill of some kind.