Relax Time

So it's over, my summer job is finito!  I am ready to drop. I genuinely thought I wouldn't make it, 11 weeks with 8 days off, record breaking 19 hour shifts on some days, minimum 12 hour shifts on others, not eating dinner, eating too much lunch, barely finding time to sleep / shower. You get the picture...

But I loved almost every minute, this is the first time I've had real responsibility in a workplace. I have decided I quite LIKE managing people and don't hate being in an office as much as I thought I would. I also discovered I loved the outdoor aspect too! I'm going to miss having things to do and am sure that by the end of Bank Holiday Monday I will be crying out for crazy work again. 

SO what now?! A couple of days rest, then the job hunt begins once more... My mind is changing all the time with what I want to do but I'll worry about that soon! I also have a cheeky little trip to see my girls from university which I am sure will involve too much cake, tea and nattering and then I am supposedly off to Iceland. But if you are up to date with the latest news I am starting to get a bit concerned about that!

And of course blogging, I have definitely neglected this little space lately. Partly due to me not doing a lot, not taking photos and not really having time!

Right now I am going to climb into bed and snuggle up to my kitty who I am naughtily letting have access to the house tonight. Mwah ha ha!!

What are your bank holiday plans? Enjoy!


  1. I feel the same about my summer job - I learned a lot!!! Though for me, I learned that I absolutely hate the idea of having an office job. I need to be up and about and working with my hands or creating something! And as for knowing what I want to do? I've still got three semesters at uni to figure that out. I'm an international business major but I still don't know exactly what I want to do with that...

    Have fun in the coming days, it sounds like you've got a lot to look forward to!
    ~ Samantha

  2. Ahh summer jobs... Mine were the same, long long hours but they were a great way to make savings for the next uni year. Now life is just, The Job... :( Good luck with the next job hunt!

  3. Sounds like you've been a busy bee! Enjoy your rest. I've nominated you for the Liebster Award! Take a look here :)


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