I know I keep being sporadic with my posts. I got a new job! I’m making robots now! My contract ended at my old job so I had to spend a lot of time and stressed out energy searching and interviewing for a new job. So goes the life of a contract engineer. Fortunately this is a permanent position so I won’t have to worry about that anymore. I’m really excited about this job. It’s been one of the neatest places I’ve ever worked and my projects are pretty damn rad. The hours are a little longer though and the commute is 2-3 times longer than my last job so I have even less time than usual. But hey, it’s a stimulating, fast paced job, and I have an income again! Yay!
It’s so stressful having to find a new job. Then even more stressful wondering if you’ll actually be able to do the new job. However I feel like I’m more than qualified for this now that I’ve been there for a couple weeks.
And I have to say. This is by far my favorite job ever. I have never felt so productive so fast. So included. Previously, I’ve always had an EXTREME disconnect between my actually personality and my work personality. Like I was actually two different people. At this job I actually feel like I can fit in a bit more. The people there are younger, more inclusive, kind of quirky. It’s a very neat atmosphere. I’ve never experienced anything like it. It honestly feels really good.
It’s a bit overwhelming too. The shear amount of information I’m taking in is mind boggling. I’m already working on some crazy projects. It’s pretty exciting.
However I get up at 6 in the morning and often I don’t get home until well after 6 in the evening. Fortunately the days go fast there because I love what I do but I have to figure out how to manage my time so I can write more. I am really trying to figure my time out. Work, exercise, new boyfriend (who wow, is that going well), and I really want to write more for this blog. It’s important to me. These last couple weeks have just been such a whirlwind.
I’ll get there. In the mean time I’ll be releasing robots and writing as often as I can.