Relatively speaking. Kind of.
This pertains to my full time day job. Short story, we’re salaried. As thus, if our company wanted to make us work 16 hour days with no compensation other than our regular pay and a clap on the back, they could. The edict is to do “this task” by “this date”. On paper, it is probably doable, IF everyone does a little every day, including weekends (so, I’m talking maybe 1-3 hrs a day, seven days a week, five weeks straight – on our own personal time). And most likely that is how the upper echelon sees it. That’s not really how real life works though, everything always looks good on paper, so we’ll see. I predict some burnout before it’s over, though.
Anyway. My point is, not really knowing how much extra time this task is going to take out of my off-work life, I will still try to do my best to keep up on the Crazy Train promotions and my guild promotions, but please don’t hate me if I fall behind a little.
Speaking of this task, guess what I need to do now? Yep. Can you see me jumping for joy yet? No? Don’t count on it.
On a positive note, I worked several hours on Saturday making eight new pairs of earrings, in lucite, Czech glass, Swarovski pearls, a few teeny freshwater pearls, and antiqued brass findings. Now where to find the time to take pictures of them and list them for sale?