The Upside: I’ve been laid off but I got a fair (ish) severance package and sometimes all I can hear in my head is “FREEEEEEEEDOM!!!!!!YESSSSSS!!!!!” I don’t think I’ve made the mistake of saying it out loud yet.
The Downside: When I open my wallet moths fly out of it like in a cartoon.
The Upside: My new co-worker is me singing to myself while I work (to itunes playlists of my choice), which was never really acceptable or attempted at work (the singing, not the playlists).
The Downside: I actually miss my co-workers (well, some of them, they know who they are)
The Upside: I’m finally learning the hard way what an idiot I am about money…and am being forced to actually change rather than just making an off the cuff remark.
The Downside: Money Money Money. I’m stressing extra about money because I’ve been living beyond my means for years like everyone else. The longer I stay free (and happy) the smaller my savings account gets…and I was saving for some serious stuff.
The Upside: Plenty of time to work out
The Downside: Plenty of time to work out
The Upside: Writing galore, drawing galore, reading galore, and blogging galore, for me and all my fans (all six of you) plus unlimited episodes of The West Wing…!
The Downside: No more direct deposit and “affordable” health insurance
The Upside: Staying up to all hours and sleeping in late.
The Downside: Did I mention the money thing yet? Yeah, yeah, I guess I did.
The Upside: No more blackberry
The Downside: No more blackberry
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