Sunday Post on a Saturday! RV Life Updates
Next week is a calls week, and in addition to that, we've got an RV service appointment on Monday.
This post was supposed to come to you tomorrow... or sometime next week, but I've got time now, and next week looks like it will be a wild one.
I stagger my weeks to manage my workload (and allow us to move to places that don't have the lightning-fast cellular I need for my streaming and video calls).
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One week, I have many calls (primarily via Zoom) and give presentations to my clients (on whatever platform they are most used to). The following week, I am still working... but on quiet, creative, and administrative tasks that don't require high-speed internet or human interaction. This helps ensure I have both recovery time (because human interactions drain me) and time to do the work I promise people - because I could easily be on calls all day otherwise.
The weeks I have calls and/or presentations are challenging, but spacing them out and alternating them has been life-changing - helping me to prevent burnout.
Next week, is a calls week, and in addition to that, we've got an RV service appointment on Monday.
After the RV appointment, I've got a full schedule for the rest of the week (including but not limited to):
A dry run for a virtual web panel I'm going to be on in October.
An Executive Coaching call with a client I TRULY enjoy speaking to
A video podcast recording about the future of NeuroDivergent workplace inclusion
An after-dark live broadcast on the NR Facebook page
A zoom call with another advocate to brainstorm
Two rehearsals for two breakouts I'm leading for a conference in October
THIS Substack post, plus two more
In addition to checking emails, doing some accounting, and some light social media work that I do between tasks and don't track.
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