Post # 32
I’m guilty. But the funny thing is, not only do a couple of my employees give ideas, but my boss helps too! And her son (My boss is the owner, her son is manager) sang "Memories of Us" by Keith Urban at her youngest daughters wedding. It’s SO pretty. I didn’t even know it was him
I could get him to be my wedding singer! LOL
Post # 33
I designed the programs yesterday at work
Post # 34
I Weddingbee at work, and sometimes add to my spreadsheets if I get an email with something I need to add. I try really hard not to do any actual wedding tasks at work (aside from scheduling appointments)… but it’s never far from my mind!
Post # 35
I’ve been daydreaming about music all day….and staring at the SAME spreadsheet. I’m trying, but i’m mentally so far away from the task at hand.
Post # 36
I’m guilty at looking through blogs and other wedding web sites, but that’s as far as I’ll go. Even if I had a job where my boss didn’t care, I still don’t think I would do much, it’s just irresponsible in my mind, especially with the economy as it is. I don’t want my boss thinking, "hmm out of 40 hours a week, at least half of that is spent doing outside things, do I really need this employee?" Even if I get my normal, deadline driven work done in 10 hours doesn’t mean I can spend the remaining 30 hours working on wedding stuff, or anything non-work related for that matter.
Beyond that, if I don’t upgrade my home computer in the near future, I will be designing my invites, etc on my work computer (sweet MAC with all the latest design programs). However, I will be working extra hours then by coming early, staying late, or skipping lunch – and I’ll be sure to inform my boss WHY I’m staying late. If he tells me not to worry about making up the time, then great, but I’m not just going to assume it’s okay.
Post # 37
LOL Right now! But really I just surf my wedding blogs for a couple of minutes various time through out the day. I don’t think I wil get in trouble because my co-workers (all men) are on their sports boards all day too.