Tuesday, April 09, 2013
I am in a transition phase that I've been waiting for close to a year. My old landlord finally released us from our lease obligations and asked us to move out by Monday (yesterday) with only three days notice. Not wishing to argue about short notice, I made it happen. And I expected troubleshooting and kinks with moving all kinds of equipment but I am VERY tired at this point of playing the role of IT administrator. Between supporting my clients from twenty miles away and the barrage of issues that I have had to figure out in the past two days, I am pretty worn out.
The greener grass is still nice. My commute is very short, and the rent is unbeatable. Let just hope I haven't fallen into the trap and just traded off one set of difficulties for another set. I wasn't looking for a trade off. I was looking for an upgrade. Time will tell and I am still somehow optimistic. A bit skeptical but ultimately optimistic.
Can you relate?
Posted by Jim at 12:07 PM
Labels: Trade Off Grass Is Greener Syndrome Society Upgrades Contentment Moving Offices Problems Different Keeping Optimistic