Mmm… Russian de ja vu

For the last few weeks we have been doing out of hours training. Even
though it is out of hours i didn’t mind initially but then it turns
out it is on team viewer and hosted by a russian guy called Albert. I
keep wanting to call him Boris, is that racist? It feels like it is.
Even them, I was ok with coming because I scored a couch to sit on and
get paid to sleep. Sounds like a good deal right? I could be doing
more interesting things at home though. The only thing I’ve remembered
is the use of the word ‘gate’.
Albert really isn’t selling me on this new system. I’m really
appreciating WHMCS right now.

I can do this from anywhere

… literally. I just set up post by email. Anyone looking to do it
might want to think about why they want to do it because, really, it
might be easier just to login to wordpress. I thought it would be neat
to post from my phone because my best ideas happen on the bus but I
don’t think it was worth it. Oh, and a tip to anyone that got here
because they can’t get it to work. Plain text is key.

Reviewed: Stresshead

StressheadStresshead by Allayne Webster
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is an easy, afternoon read. I didn’t realise how quickly I was getting through it.

Stresshead is the story of Den (Denise) who is from a family of lawyers and is always stressing and worrying about pretty much anything and everything and then she gets something important to worry about and begins to think about what really matters in life.

I’m not sure I really liked Den too much, mainly because of her stressing and worrying about absolutely everything but the supporting characters were great. That is a trend with me though. I rarely ever like main characters.

The book in some parts felt a bit rushed, it would have been great to have more time spent with the supporting characters to see them for themselves rather than just extensions of Den.

A good ready for teenagers who always think everything is the end of the world.

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