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I went to class last night for the first time this month. I'm a bit sore today. It doesn't take long to get rusty and lose your fitness.
The weather's been crappy which is partly why I'm grumpy these days. My job really sucks right now too, also adding to my funk. I really doubt that I'm going to stick with this profession. It all seems like BS to me lately. I think it's just the combination of a very difficult and demanding client and a weasly consultant. My boss says it's not typical of what we do. Problems aren't being resolved without fingerpointing going on beforehand. Some people have no clue about teamwork.
Maybe I need a vacation. Maybe I need to train more. Maybe I should look into something else as far as my "profession" is concerned.
March 30, 2005, Winter Blues
If anyone else out there is looking into a career change I recommend a book called "What Colour is Your Parachute?" It was first printed thirty years ago and has been updated several times. It now includes internet resources for job hunters etc. etc. etc.
I ran into a friend of mine today. He hates his job too.
He thinks it may be Winter Blues.
Today has been better. The sun was out for a change.