- Work drama
- One of my teammates started her new job
- Conference call that basically states half of us won't get job offers from the new owner
- School shopping for my kids
- My wife is about 2 months from her layoff, but isn't being told when it will happen
- Bariatric doctor wants me on a new injectable that comes from a family of drugs that hasn't worked for me in the past. Nothing even mentioned about surgery.
- Drove almost 100 miles to see where many companies offices were in Utah County
All I know is that I'm so burned out that I haven't been keeping up on my glucose well at all. My walking during my lunch break has been replaced with LinkedIn searches and studying for my Linux+ exam (part 1 is Friday).
I'm sorry to the people that I don't talk to: my cousins, aunts, and uncles that live within 20 miles of me, my content creator friends and role models (Strwb, Phlog, Luna, Tink, RocketBear, Rooster, TyLu, and a whole bunch more I can't think of right now -- all of these people are on Mixer, BTW)
I have been making sure I keep my family informed on what's going on, and I'm working on more communication with my wife, Tammy, my coworkers, and my customers.
Over the next two weeks, I am working on training my coworkers and getting training for a new product myself. I think the best way for me to learn is to teach. I would like to stream some IT stuff on Mixer, and I know it will not be a great draw. I need to do this.
Tuesday night... I'm going to study for my Linux+/LPIC-1 exam with all of Mixer. No fancy bumpers, no fancy graphics.... just me, a bunch of servers, and some books. I have a feeling that if I do this right, I can get others to get interested in security and programming. Let's see if I have the strength on Tuesday night.