Holiday Havoc

Have you ever noticed that before a holiday there is so much more to do? (Often when you come back from holiday, there is even more to do because the people who were supposed to be covering for you didn’t!) Still…it is all worth it for those glorious two weeks when you don’t have to think about anything.

My holiday beckons…

…and although the rail union chose to go on strike the day I am supposed to be travelling across the country on a train – I am not anxious. The ironic thing is most of the work I do us unpaid and even in my paid job I end up doing unpaid overtime because they seem to allocate a ridiculous amount of work to me.

Breathe. I am looking forward to two weeks off. Away from all the hustle and bustle. A place where you can hear yourself think. And I am very very very much looking forward to seeing family.

Photo by Anthony Beck on

3 thoughts on “Holiday Havoc”

  1. I hope you have a fabulous well-deserved holiday! Given that your priority is your charity work, can you just say no to unpaid overtime at your paid job? That seems extremely unfair of them to take advantage of you that way, and you have far better things to do with your time than give it freely to your employer.


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