Another week is nearly over, and I have a whole bunch of new challenges. I have been up in London for four days and three nights, and that does take its toll. To put it simply, I miss my family. I also cannot continue to have three courses at every meal.
Work is hard right now. I should be grateful I have a job, and mostly I am. I should also be grateful I am doing a job that, in the main, I enjoy doing. I am certainly very glad that I do not pluck chickens for a living, or any other kind of job that is based on doing the same boring thing over and over and over.
However, man is never content. Give me a million, and I want two. Give me a nice watch, and I want an iPhone. Give me a pair of ladies underwear... Sorry, that must just be me. I find life in the City a hectic, frantic, crazy time, with people everywhere, and no time of day or night whether there is not at least one group of suited beings drinking alcohol. Do these people not have jobs to do? They obviously do, to pay for the flash suit and the expensive lager, but it is a job that is obviously heavy on expense-paid lunches, heavy on networking, but light on clocking in and out. Good on them.
The weekend draws near, and I for one am very keen to get in to it and enjoy some R&R. This weekend we have friends over for the night, and a new cub to be invested. Should be a good one, and with the weather likely to hit the high twenties Celcius, it has the potential to be a great couple of days. I hope you enjoy yours, and we will speak again next week.
As a final note, you should check out Golfy's blog. It has an amazing YouTube clip watching a hand draw a series of cartoons to tell a story of what motivates people. It is quote a remarkable video.