Have I mentioned before that I work for a super awesome company AND I have super awesome coworkers AND I have a super awesome boss. No lie.
My boss is so awesome these actual words were in my annual review “…more then a normal human being”. I appreciate that. She didn’t say you do X quickly. She didn’t say you do X quicker then most people. She said you do X more then a normal human being. That’s right. She’s funny and super awesome. I appreciate her.
She is a no fluff kind of person. A “you made this mistake let’s fix it” kind of person and not a “you did really good on A and B, but we need to work on C” kind of person. I appreciate that too. I hate fluff. I’m perfectly fine assuming my job is being done adequately unless you tell me otherwise. I do not need nor do I want you to tell me how good I’m doing. I’d rather assume all is well unless you tell me there’s a problem to fix.
Not everyone likes a boss like that. But man oh man I find it awesome. Super awesome even.
The real question is “Why the heck are you telling me this Rachael?”
Because my super awesome boss is letting me work from home a couple of hours every morning so that I can drop
off at school at 9:30 then finish my day at work. Although this is a huge help and although I am getting my work done at home (which is easier then I anticipated with 3 kids running around) I still feel by the time I get to work I’m behind. Taylor
I’m not, but it feels like it. So I am taking my 10 minute break and ignoring work like I should be doing.
The reality is that I just entered a massively crazy next few weeks that just happened to coincide with
’s starting school. So even if I was working my full day AT work I’d still be behind. Taylor
And my 10 minutes are up. Thank you for reading if you still are. This was a rather pointless blog.