Getting Closer (to real joy at work)

I got so much done yesterday and today. Yesterday was the answer to all my frustration from Monday and Tuesday. Today was even better. I got ready for a show, made a Powerpoint about a potential marketing and community engagement strategy, put money in the bank, ate lunch, started to make a marketing calendar, entered past box office reports into a spreadsheet, remade a box office report for my event managers, threw away two broken mirrors, found that someone had miraculously changed a burnt out lightbulb, found the login for HootSuite, and entered a pile of bills into Quickbooks.

This is happening! I am slowly but surely vanquishing this pile of confusion and making it into a pile of  things that are done and things that I have questions about.



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