This was the week where I unexpectedly got to spend two days working on byflock, but also the week where the year fast forwarded two days.
My friend left today. As always when someone from back home leaves I get a little sentimental, missing them and wishing Sweden was a tube ride away rather than a flight, but at the same time I feel really happy.
I’ve got a friend from back home staying at the moment and yesterday we gathered the girls and had dinner over at ours. Some of them hadn’t seen each other in a really long time and as we chatted through what’s happened since last time, four themes emerged.
Yesterday I learnt that we are in fact on day number 116 of this year and not 114 as I had thought. No need to be alarmed though. There hasn’t been any time thieves or the likes simply stealing two days from us. I’ve just mistakenly put down the same day number twice.
Working from everywhere and nowhere, as we do at the moment with byflock, you don’t have a space to make your own. You carry your work with you and pack it into your bag after the day is done. A bit like back packing from one office to the next if you so wish.
When you work on something on the side the constant dipping in and out of it can make you wonder how long it will take to actually get there. Then you have a full day like today and yesterday and you remember just how much you can actually get done with a bit of focus.
There are pros and cons to freelancing and today was a day of both in the sense that on Friday I was asked to take today off. It’s not great as I’m not looking to take any more holiday at the moment, even if it’s just a day, but on the bright side it has