Procrastinators Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from chronic procrastination.

Saturday March 6, 2021

InnerTruth's to-do list - Sat. Mar. 6

1. 1 - 2 - JS tests (done)

2. 2 -4 - CY tests (done)

3. 4 - 5 - go for walk

4. 5 - 7 - VZ tests

5. 7 - 8 - dinner

6. 8 - 9:30 - Check posted tests

7. 9:30 - 11 - check tests and exams and post 

Hypatia's check-in

must do

[x] draft minutes for AM and ring Ted

[x] email the Davids

[ ] read GRASP report

[X] prep file for tomorrow's meeting

[ ] Jonathan's card

Should do

[x] intray

[x] read inbox

[x] clear desk

[x] action emails - down to 26

[x] shopping

[x] book purple visit

[ ] action minilist

[ ] YCC invoice

[ ] claim for gas boiler

[ ] OU coursework

Could do

[ ] tai chi

[x] exercise/gardening

[ ] housework - clear and clean hall

[ ] action from Q list

[x] lace/knitting/embroidery - spent far too long on this!

Checkin: 12:47am

Please do not leave comments.  Thank you.


 My junior coworker genuinely bothers me.  It bothers me profoundly that my boss told me to work with him to fix a k8 problem, when the dude has never deployed in k8 in his life.  I ended up linking him to some docs.  He asked to view my terminal.  I got out of it, but quite frankly such things are against compliance, the company has told me to simply not reply if a coworker asks that.  So this new person is getting on my nerves.  I need to distance myself from him.  There really is no nice way to deal with it, other than doing what the client liason does: not respond.  He is the type of person who doesn't know about what I'm working on, but is arrogant enough to take this tone of, "I'm going to explain it to you now," and it takes hours for him to chat around the topic.  The next time that dude contacts me, I'm going to find a way to quickly end the conversation.  I cannot believe my boss recommended him, when he doesn't know anything about k8.  I'm only posting about it as I am having some anxiety about talking to him.  I think the best way to handle it is to not respond.  Yesterday he was asking me a weird and impertinent question about why I was attending optional meetings that I was invited to, and what my work was on the team, which is hellah none of his business.  We have a policy that we do not discuss our work with other people, even those on the same team, unless the manager has sanctioned it.  Due to security reasons.  I feel like I need to just ignore when he says something weird, prefaced with, "It might not be any of my business, but I'm wondering if I can ask you deep tech questions."   It's annoying.

Things to do

Things I will do today

1. Prayer and meditation

2. Read devotionals

3. Go through my e-mail

4. Get and go through my mail

5. Clear kitchen counter

6. Put clothes away

7. Go to the store

8. Put groceries away