oh Dear K80 - bugger about the job .
The one good thing about this wagon though is the ease that you can just pop back on.
I'm still rolling along. I can understand the job stresses though. My job has become impossible to do, the amount of stress and worry in my team because of it is unprecedented. I'm able to ride it out because I'm retiring this year, but I don't know what's going to happen to everyone else there.
Keep rolling wagonners
Dragon - me too, my job is completely untenable now, there's no budget, no money, no supplies, just more and more tasks to do, less and less time and less staff to do them as we can't fill any vacancies. I'm retiring too but not until the end of next year - seems a very long way away. Keep wondering if my job will last that long! But I'm still rolling along with the rest of you......
Hard lines about the job K80. I had a long term sickness absence too on account of work stress and came back to find out that my sickness debarred me from taking part in the staff survey on working conditions.
I'm still rolling in moderation. Had too much on Saturday night at a restaurant where I always tend to over-indulge cos the meal goes on for so long. But a night off without problem yesterday and moderation on Sunday. AF white wine to try tonight, got to be better than the red stuff, at least its well chilled.
Sorry about the job K80
I contract at the moment - its til the end of the year its not a well paying contract but its a n idustry I wanted a step into hopefully it will be onwards and upwards after this one
Soupy - I find the AF white wine is atrocious, far worse even than the red.
Well. Time to report on changes I've noticed since going teatotal 40 days ago.
My skin is loads better. Less spots, it looks healthy and circulation looks to have improved.
Less puffiness around my eyes. I would wake up really tired and look like an old alcoholic even if I hadn't had a drink previous night. Just that tiredness would show. I'm still tired in the mornings but there is no puffiness. I guess having better skin helps too.
Tummy in general is in a better condition.
I have managed to do a lot more fitness stuff than ever in the past. Focus has changed from wanting to get that drink to wanting to get out to the gym/run/swim.
Let us hear yours!
Drinking an AF Erdinger here while watching the footy.
We have almost reached the 6 week milestone, tis said that it takes 42 days to make/break habits
I will be at dog club, working both Nemo and Charly - that is if the blasted snow lets up! Must admit, if it's as cold tomorrow as it's been lately, I may just slip and have a glass of hot mulled wine after training. After being out on the field for 3 or 4 hours I shall be in dire need of some inner heating!
Actually today wasn't as cold as expected, until the last 30 mins or so. Was very pleased with both dogs today, my young Charly (8 months Swiss White Shepherd) did well at obedience and Nemo my adult black German Shepherd was super at attack work - I was staggered when old Willy, a real curmudgeon who usually criticizes everybody, clapped me on the back and said great work today. Then our trainer told me that when Nemo passes his attack exam we'll have a party. I am walking on water this evening!
This is Charly.
And this is Nemo.
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