So, over the last couple of weeks, things have been changing. Last Tuesday, I was offered a new job as a Technical Analyst. Quite how, I am not entirely sure how I managed that. I mean, I passed their tests for how much knowledge I had with regards to I.T. but I am still unsure as to how I passed it! If that makes sense.
Any way, this week I started my training. The company has really high standards of customer service and the service that they provide. I am feeling excited, daunted, intrigued and nervous all at the same time. It’s incredible.
As of the 14th of October, I will be working 17 days straight, as I have to work my notice in my old job. Tomorrow is one of 4 shifts left before I leave. My last shift is the day before my birthday. Sunday the 25th of October. I genuinely can’t wait to say goodbye and move on. I have been there 3 and a half, nearly 4 years. That’s enough. I want something that will challenge me, something that will allow me room to move and breathe, something that will give me opportunities. This is the job for that.
I will be working part time, but over 5 days a week, so I will be in the office, every day. I am eating breakfast again, I am eating a healthy dinner (usually prepared the night before) and then coming home and prepping the evening meal. I am hoping that now there is actually structure in my life again, that I will start losing weight. This will be good for my physical and mental health.
It’s a promising role, but one that will be challenging as well. I can’t wait for my life to really grow in this new environment.
As a result of the new life change, I am hoping to get my provisional lisence, do my CBT, then get a scooter (might not be that one, but that’s the one I REALLY want!) to go to and from work. Which will mean transport for me. It is important that I do it as soon as possible, but it may have to wait!
Things are changing though and I really am looking forward to the change. I feel hopeful and excited for the first time in years. I have direction and promise. (Providing I don’t fail the tests at the end of the training period!)
So, yes, thought I would give you a quick update.