Today a friend pointed out that I was micromanaging at work. Let me tell you how grateful I am for this person’s presence because he really does tell it to me straight. Not too many people do that anymore.
So apparently he noticed it because my aura is so different from what it usually is. Read: STRESSED! So I am going to turn things around. Tomorrow, I let people deal with the things that they should be dealing with in the first place. I allow them to make their mistakes and stop myself from catching them when they fall…especially when they don’t tell me they were planning on making a jump in the first place! The new rule is that you don’t come to me with a problem without a suggestion or solution to accompany it.
I’m just going to turn you away!
Thanks to all the TV series I’ve been following I have fallen behind on my reading. Tsk, tsk, tsk. This certainly won’t do.
So almost halfway through 2014 I am buckling down and joining two (2!) reading challenges. Because I’m crazy that way. 😉
Reading Bingo 2014
Because Books and Bingo are both fun! I got this from the site of Retreat by Random House (http://www.retreatbyrandomhouse.ca/2014/01/reading-bingo-challenge-2014/) where they have two Bingo cards, the regular challenge and the YA challenge. Regular for me, please.
A Century Of Books
This challenge from Stuck In A Book (http://stuck-in-a-book.blogspot.ca/2011/09/century-of-books.html) is one that I plan to do over a long period of time. Say about a decade. Okay, that’s an exaggeration, maybe just three years. The idea is to read a book published from each year of the past century (that’s from 1914-2013). Now where am I going to find a good book from 1920? This is going to be a scavenger hunt of sorts!
So if you’re up for the challenge and you want to join me just pick up a book and start reading. 🙂 I’ll see you on the other side!
Are you doing any reading challenges this year? Let me know if you have a particularly good one that you think I should try.
WordPress just greeted me a happy anniversary. Apparently 26 days ago I celebrated opening an account with them seven years ago.
(What?! If that last sentence confused you just read it again, slower this time. Okay, got it? Good. No? You’ll get it next time.)
This has to mean the end of years and years of writer’s block!