So I actually studied for a bit at work today for an exam I have to write before the summer. It was crazy. I really have ADHD. Look, a butterfly!
I was also thinking that just a year ago, or even a few weeks ago, I felt differently at work than I do now. I felt like I had to continually prove myself at work and that when I "became something" (ex. a supervisor) it validated me and made me feel like I was worth something.
Now? Maybe not so much. That month off with Eamon made me realize just how wrong I've been looking at it.
Don't get me wrong, feeling like I did a "good job" at work still makes me feel good, but as I sat in a meeting with my Director, Manager and Supervisors today, I felt almost like I didn't care nor wanted it anymore. I know my capabilities and what I am able to do, and if others don't see it that way, well what can I do?
Right now my real job is to be a good father. And I'm trying hard to be one.
Anyway, I'm babbling
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Accomplishment: I really felt like I needed to exercise today. I stretched and did a mini-ab workout followed by playing an hour of ball in the morning, then I just came back from playing ball for 1.5 hrs with the new guys I play with (rented out gym at Meadowvale Village Public School). I would say I accomplished exercising today