Okay, this is going to be interesting.
I have another job interview today, and I am incredibly dizzy. It’s insane.
I’m supposed to be at all these calls today and have all these meetings before I leave the office, but I am very, very dizzy, and I’m not feeling like myself.
Maybe I will work from home until later today, when I have to leave for my interview. That will solve a number of issues
- having to get myself going, when I am dangerously dizzy
- changing from work clothes into interview clothes without attracting attention at the office (I could just drive home to do it, but that will add considerable time to my drive)
- leaving the office conspicuously early and having to explain why
So, a work from home day, it is. I can make sure I’m clearing out the allergies that are making me so dizzy — a little exercise, plenty of water, taking things slowly…. and then get suited up for my interview with plenty of time to spare. Fortunately, I’m able to do that, because this is a great opportunity for me to move forward, not just stay comfortably in one place.
Again, thought, staying comfortably in one place is fine, because it will allow me to finish up some projects that have been lingering. I really need to sort things out with them and just get some of them done. Enough, already. I need to free myself up from them and move on.
So, lots of opportunity… and a handful of challenges. It’s all good, actually.