Uncommitted what happens when commitment becomes a place of conflict?

Blog and personal journey update….

I wrote a few months back about my feelings on being committed by being presently committed to just one opportunity. And in the last two weeks that commitment has been ended by my employer.

So it’s only right to go back to that feeling of ‘commitment’ and calendar planning.

I stuck three pages of white A4 paper over my wall planner.

Most of my failings to keep a commitment, usually end with the other removing the ‘commitment’. Because I am very loyal overall and likely to continue to complete and continue with my commitment, until told to STOP.

What I learned about work growing up……

I learned thinking, that being sick from work means, you are having vomiting and toilet troubles. So in a very literal and obvious sense not being able to take oneself to work.

How else to be sick from work. Or what else to do, if it might be.. becoming uncomfortable, or a place of conflict.

So now I am free to find something else to work on, work to do, getting a wage or salary. Sometimes I think of the way fulfilled my job. I could go a whole day, with nothing productive to work on, it seemed. Sure the routines were in place, and moving from seat to seat of responsibilities.

Wordy tips

Even WordPress tools are saying I am using too many passive sentences in my writing!! I’m also using this article as a test on new WordPress SEO tools. More subheadings and get the reading ease better using active prose.

Time to look ahead

Having some time away from the job, which looks like I am going to try to get fitter, and has enabled me to find some thing to work on. I have the chance to look for people to work on that with.

  1. I am going to find team mates who are ready to be discovered or reconnected with!
  2. Searching for the next assignment to be decided on or applied for, sites like Indeed
  3. Chilling and relaxed mindset needed, but motivation required too!

Where to go to get some more ideas for what next

The pros of city living include existing friendship network, known travel routes, nearby facilities. Cons are less privacy away from others, more compromise needed, less restful.

Maybe some cat conversations about what to do, will help.