It's amazing the things that I don't do now, now that I am unemployed.
First things first, I rarely read blogs anymore....so if I am slow to comment on yours, that's because I haven't made it there yet. Lord knows what is taking up my time, but obviously it is not your blog.
I also don't read the news very often. Truth be told, I rarely surf the net anymore. Maybe it's because I am no longer chained to a desk. I am free to move about the cabin, minus the turbulence of a 4 year old.
I no longer floss my teeth or pluck my eyebrows on a normal basis (come on, we were SLOW at work, we ALL did it!!)
What I do.
I go to the gym, allot. I think in the last 2 weeks I've ran 12 miles. Not allot for you marathoners, but impressive for me. Something about not having to get up at the butt crack of dawn must be inspiring. Oh, and having the time to go there...that helps too.
I lay in bed in the morning until Dean wakes me up (usually, today he is still asleep and it's almost 8 a.m.) and then we lay in bed and I ask him to tell me about his dreams, and he asks "what are we going to do today mommy?
I worry about money. The money we won't have any more when my severance is up in a few weeks.
I job search, allot. Anyone looking for a job? Use indeed.com. There's not allot out there in my field, but it's a great website that pulls jobs from every search engine.
I think about keying my ex bosses car.
I still wonder, why me, and not that other moron. I really do dwell on that, but I think that's normal. I hope.
I flip off my ex company's building every drive by chance I get. No, I don't drive by it on purpose...we just live that close. Lucky me.
I also give myself many mysterious ailments....too much time on my hands I guess. This week is pancreatic cancer. Tune in next week to see what else may be on the docket.
*note: I just got off of WebMD, I think I'm going to make it a few more years.