I'm resigning from Off The Edge!
After 10 months I've finally given up working on this magazine for several reasons. It started with the ridiculous hours and the time mis-management of the editor. Then I started getting a little bored of the template. After that, it was because of my boss's own mis-management of people. And the last straw was when I found out that SOMEONE had been complaining about me behind my back, over something that was his own fault in the first place.
The great thing is that I've been planning this for a long time, so my business is all set up and ready to rumble! It's so exciting and I can't wait to start working on different projects and meeting new people. I still have 15 days to freedom... and hopefully that'll pass by smoothly and relatively "painlessly" (dreaded deadline is in 2 working days).
And on the 16th day I can wake up late!! Not that I'm waking up awfully early these days anyway... 10.30am sound painful to any of you out there who work in banks??!! Haha... even Beach Babe Bea starts work at 9.30am. But then she doesn't have the killer night hours I do during deadline week. So it evens out in the end. Although I am jealous that she gets to wear flip flops to work!!
So anyway, tomorrow morning the family and I are going to watch Shrek 3 at Mid Valley. Hope to catch a bit of breakfast before that. But that means waking up even earlier than I ever do on workdays. 9.15am? Outrageous! Hopefully the movie is worth it - unlike the other "3" movies out at the moment. Well, to be honest, I thought Spiderman 3 was alright. Plot was going everywhere but action was good, and frankly, after watching Pirates 3, Spiderman seems darn bloody good! Ocean's Thirteen... well, it was not as attention-grabbing as the first two, but I suppose it could pass with a 5 out of 10 for interestingness of casino goings-ons.
Hmm... I thought of something interesting yesterday... but I can't for the life of me remember it right now. Darn. Looks like you just missed out on another one of my idea gems. You can breathe a sigh of relief now. I'll close my ears.