>still a ton of learning and I'm willing to do it. but also >realize the pace and workload get in the way of family. I'm >not with that at all.
You're probably fine, but learning curves are a real thing. > >I'll pay my dues since this is my first real step into the >space but definitely need to keep my eyes open for a different >role. hopefully still with the company, but we'll see.
There you go. Always good to have a plan. > >did some weekend work recently. manager told me to take an >extra day off somewhere. he's a good dude.
a good manager is worth TWICE their weight in gold. >
> >turkey day will be odd. wife's flying to Cali with her mom. >they will be gone for a week. me and the kiddos will go to my >aunt's place. we'll be fine, but it will be different with my >lady gone.
Y'all good? > >after working this week, I'm taking next week off. need to >refocus on some chillin and studying. signed up for another >cert. taking that test on 12/30.
This lifelong learning shit is for the birds! I cannot WAIT to be done.