The Director of Operations asked me if I know how to print 2 calendars back to back without jumping through all kinds of computer gymnastics. I told him that I would play with Outlook & see what I could find. His response was, “hey, don’t go nuts, I don’t want to interrupt what you are doing. If you have time sometime today I would appreciate it.”
I HAVE MORE TIME THAN I CARE TO TALK ABOUT. I’ve suggested that I take over certain projects & have been shot down. I’ve offered to do some clean up & have been shot down. I’ve ASKED for more work because I’m bored out of my f*cking mind & have been told that they just haven’t figured out how to utilize me yet. It’s been 2 months. I think it’s time to figure it out. They are paying me a boat load of money to sit here & do nothing. I’ve gone from one extreme to the other.
What do I do all day? This is what I would put on my resume if I had to do it right now…
· Show Airman how to operate the copy machine
· Show Airmen how to operate the fax machine
· Copy and paste my boss’ calendar into a Word document
· Take my boss’ Blackberry to the Help Desk for repair
· Put important meetings on my boss’ calendar
· Open the supply room door for Airman
That is all I have done for the last week. Woohoo.
Really-given the situation I came from I shouldn’t complain. I prayed for a job where I had no responsibilities. I had no idea how hard it would be to sit & do nothing.
Today’s workout was legs—high reps so I went lighter than I normally would:
Plie squats: 105 lbs
Romanian deadlifts: 65 lbs
Step lifts: 15 lbs
Leaning lunges: 20 lbs
Box jumps: 8 risers
I followed up with 30 minutes on the ARC trainer & 2 sets of 12 for 3 ab exercises. I was having a small spasm in my back –which miraculously went away when I took my shower. However I’m really tight now—once I get up & move I’m okay but it takes a minute. I must stretch when I get home tonight.