As most of you know, I quit my job a couple of weeks ago and it was the best decision that I could have made. While the job hunt is a pain, the level of relief that I have felt over the past couple of weeks has been great. I, kind of, feel like I wanted to feel here. A little less worrisome and having the time and ability to just relax. If relaxing is possible for me. The day after I quit my job, I actually interviewed for a new job and was hired but then for some freak of nature reason, they called and said that they were in a hiring freeze. I followed up last week and good news, I start tomorrow. Now, the job may be lame but I am taking it on and making it work. I will only be working part time, so that I can try and enjoy Australia more! The past couple of weeks, I have been working on a side project (work-related stuff) that will be revealed soon. I am excited about it and am grateful to have been brought on board. I think that it has great potential and I will be excited for everyone to take a look at it when it launches. I, also, have been going around and showing some new Americans in Sydney the town. Sue, Bryan, and Sarah all arrived within a week of each other and I had been helping them with tips about Sydney via Facebook, so it was good to meet up and tour the town together. Today, I explored the area of Sydney called Manly and it was nice. It was the first nice weather day in a week, so I wanted to make sure to get out and enjoy it. It is a laid back beach place on the North Shore of the city and you get there via a ferry, which was a bit rocky today and I felt the sea sickness coming but I maintained. Now, I am back at home and getting ready to fall asleep for my first day of work at the new job. I need to warn you that I may have a post about how I hate this job soon because that is how I like to do things.
(Me being a "rock" star - get it? "Rock star" - I'm on rocks - nevermind!)
(Taking the ferry back into the city!)
(Walkway to the water @ Manly Beach)