PERSONAL: Holidays

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I finished up at Elcom yesterday. I’m on a week’s break, before I start my next role at nsquared on 8 Dec.

So, what will I do for the week? Well, no plans to go anywhere – I’ll be staying right here at home, relaxing and catching up on things. Here’s a few of the ‘chores’ I’ve got planned:

  • Get a massage – it’s been ages since I had a massage (DONE: 29/11/08)
  • Tax returns – I’ve got our personal returns and company returns to do for last financial year (DONE: 29/11/2008)
  • Play SporeMichele gave me this for my birthday back in September, but I’ve hardly played any of it
  • Catch up on blogs – I’m a bit behind on my reading
  • Gain weight – I’ve lost a bit of weight after my recent surgery, which also means I need to…
  • Gain muscle – due to lack of exercise and training my waistline has expanded (as it always does)
  • Have my final check up with the specialist – to make sure everything is as it should be (DONE: 01/12/08)
  • Catch up with friends
  • Read magazines – I’ve got a pile of Code, CIO and business magazines to go through (DONE: 02/12/08)
  • Read weekend papers – haven’t done that in a while (DONE: 30/11/2008)
  • Fire up the BBQ – it’s been too long since I fired up the Barbie! (DONE: 30/11/2008)
  • Work on Michele’s web site – adding a new design and some more functionality (DONE: 05/12/08)
  • Reduce my caffeine habit – get it down from 4 coffees a day to 2 (DONE: 04/12/08)
  • Enter Diversity Visa lottery – missed out on it last year, try again! (DONE: 30/11/2008)
  • Get ready for my new role – and I’ll blogging more about that over the coming days and weeks

There’s plenty more of course, but those are the main ones I want to cover.

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2 comments

  • Try replacing your caffeinated drinks with something just as tasty, but without the kick. Ginger tea, or another herb tea might do the trick (just make sure it doesn’t have it’s own little stimulants!).

    I’ve got mineral water and Bickfords lemon barley cordial to keep my Pepsi Max craving away when at home …

  • Try replacing your caffeinated drinks with something just as tasty, but without the kick. Ginger tea, or another herb tea might do the trick (just make sure it doesn’t have it’s own little stimulants!).

    I’ve got mineral water and Bickfords lemon barley cordial to keep my Pepsi Max craving away when at home …

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