Born Of Blotmonað
I really hope when they unwrapped that pallet that it didn’t fall
Reminds me of the time I got roped into shipping and receiving stuff and was stacking stuff for shipping and had dimensions that we had to work within (had to fit within a shipping container.) I wasn't told to tack weld the parts in place but had to take pictures of every...single...part....as we stacked them so when they showed up on site they knew where they were. (Nobody told me I had to tack them in place) "Okay!" so I took pictures of every single piece as we stacked them. At the end of the day it probably looked like shoddy stop motion animation especially when it came to flat stacks of steel lol! I was given three parameters...width, length and height! 😅I really hope when they unwrapped that pallet that it didn’t fall
One week left. I'm already getting choked up because one child I will see for the last time Monday the latest (because of his birthday and then going on vacation.) Who knows when it will be the last time I'll see each of them. One sent me a thank you card. That might have set me off.Turned in my two week notice today. I was nervous to the point I had a little bit of a hard time sleeping last night and the anxiety for when checking the time this morning since I put the email at a scheduled time for it to be sent. Of all things, the owner herself was there and she spoke to me personally about it. It went better than I thought it would adding the factor that the owner was in-person. I'm going to miss the children even if they are spoiled, unruly pain in the butts. But I need to move on to at least start getting my foot in the door as to where my career prospects are and (finally) have an actual secure job with room for growth.
well done !I was recently offered a position and will soon leave my job at my dream company. This was a tough decision. My role here doesn't exacerbate my SA (both a result of my progress and my job duties). My colleagues are mostly wonderful folks who I get along with. The company has been highly supportive and taken good care of me during my time here. Benefits and perks have been top-notch. Heck, this job was much easier than my previous one, but it also included a significant pay increase. Hence, I have been exceptional in fulfilling my occupational duties since day one. I have never woken up afraid to go to work. It's a comfy position to be in. Too comfy, really. Last year, I actually signed up for additional work and inserted myself into another project here, but discovered I could still handle things quite well. I've been stagnating. I haven't learned much recently and progressing up the ladder with my current team is impossible unless one of my supervisors decides to leave. Furthermore, I've been meaning to relocate at some point for reasons.
My new position is a different story. The faster pace and demanding work would prove challenging, even for individuals without SA. I'm unlikely to find myself bored at work. It seems like I will learn a substantial amount of skills during my time there. The plan is that I can grow my career there and catapult myself to even higher positions. It's exciting. It's nerve-wracking. I want to succeed. I'm hoping that my work ethic, current skills, and progress with SA will keep me afloat.