End of Day Three

A really productive, positive day. Not solving problems, but understanding them and figuring out how to deal with them. I was able to deliver some good news, too. I was also able to say the words “strategic plan” and “end of year e-ppeal” with only positive reactions.

I am working at an artist-founded organization, and today was a good day.

I also insisted on a lunch break, and I have discovered that I work in a neighborhood of wall to wall delis. My dream of a $5 lunch has become a reality. F*ck you, $10 Midtown salads!



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