Thursday, February 5, 2009

Flippin' Anxiety

I'm having job anxiety.

No, not that I might lose my job because, let's face it, this place would shrivel up and die without me here and that's the truth.

Now I could spin you a sweet little tale on how I feel about practically running this place while the person who makes three flippin' times what I make spends the majority of the work week still trying to figure out how email works. I could do that, but my mom told me I should not say swears on my blog because it makes me seem "low class" so I will not talk about that particular element of my job right now.

No, that's not it either.

Here's what is giving me job anxiety:

My desk.

I like my desk clean. I like it organized. I like everything put away. I don't like this. It's making me brain-hurty. And it's making me unfunctiony. And it's making me anxiousy. And it's making me ADDy. And it's making me blogging-instead-of-workingy.


Amie said...

Hi Kim,

I hope it doesn't freak you out that I am commenting, but you sent me a link to your blog awhile go. (The PDF / puff entry.) E-mail can be very challenging for older generations. I still remember my grandmother's fascination with a fax machine. She kept asking me how the paper got to the other place... I just shook my head.

Love your blog! (Especially love that you have the exact same comic that I posted today on my blog...I took it off of someone else's blog.)

Be patient - everything will work itself out.

Amy Brinton said...

Why don't you just clean your desk off?

Kim said...

Hey look! It's my two favorite Amie/Amys!

Amie, thanks for the encouragement.

Amy, why don't YOU clean off your desk?

Ashley said...

Makes me miss workng! If I could afford daycare for three kids I would probably get a part time one.

Dale said...

I can relate. I start with a clean desk on week bogs down by Wednesday when it gets piled up...and it takes me until Friday to clean it up again. I'm always so scatterbrained on Wednesdays.

Kristina P. said...

I generally blog at work, rather than work. It's works out nicely for me. So far.