It is highly suggested that an employee offer their employer at least two weeks notice before vacating a job. However, in an unprecedented move, my new employer has given me two weeks notice to vacate my pajamas.
Two Mondays from now I’ll be in front of a computer, not in my living room, but in an office. In an office, surrounded by people. People that are co-workers. I will have office hours and rules I must adhere to. So, I will be unable to do the things I normally get to do during the day – making the next weeks extremely important. I have to pack in three-hour lunches with middle of the day beach breaks between people watching and writing.
For the next fourteen days, I will share my middle of the day to-do list with you. And will also take suggestions. If there’s something you would like me to do in the middle of the day that you can’t, let me know, I’ll add it to my list.
Tick, tock. Tick, tock. Two weeks. The countdown begins. Now.
3:00 PM – Hang with Grandma at the beach
3 thoughts on “Two weeks”
Yes! Please, sip pink drinks at precisely 2:47 in the afternoon… perhaps even getting a little tipsy. On a workday, not the weekend. I’ve got that one covered.
Awesome. Thanks. Let me know how it goes.
PS – I’ve found that sweater dresses double as pajamas. Kinda the best of both worlds – comfy cozy like jammies, yet workplace approved! Just an idea. But maybe it’s way too hot where you live for sweater dresses…
I have penciled in a pink drink at 2:47 on Wednesday for you Jen. Look out for it. And the sweater dresses are a great idea. But, your right, with an average 90 degree heat in 100 percent humidity, I’d be one sweaty mess all the time. Maybe I could pretend to use an over sized t-shirt as a dress. Dress it up with a belt. Hmm.
Sah-weet! Send me a picture, for sure.
Belted t-shirt… I believe you could pull that off. However, I do have a lightweight, sleeveless sweater dress that I usually wear over a turtle neck. It might be perfect in Miami tutleneckless. LMK if you’d like to borrow it.