First, I've been learning how to be an actual coder. I am so grateful that I decided not to have a remote job because being on site is teaching me so much. That being said, training has not gone smoothly. Lots of hiccups, lots of me feeling like no matter what I do or try, it's not good enough. I have a lot of headaches and stomachaches lately. I will be relieved to get to the 90 day mark, which is October 27th. If I get there. I have days when I think I may not make it. Crazy deadlines, new tasks (teaching doctors how to code?! I'm just learning how myself!) and new personalities from coworkers have me really doubting myself. I don't doubt my career choice, but I guess those 12 years working from home made it difficult for me to physically work with people. I'm trying to learn, and do it kindly. We'll see.
|So I wore this to the corporate office with a black sweater over it. In my actual office though, I'm supposed to wear scrubs. I don't care for them.|
|This is me on my way to church.|