Saturday, 16 July 2011

Day Zero - one day in my life

I can now tick off number 42 on my list.

Have a look at the slideshow below to see a 'typical' day at work. What the heck is 'typical' at work? I don't know. Or you can have a look at the photos on Picasa, if the slideshow doesn't work for you.

A few notes:

  • I really did only consume water, coffee and pizza. No wonder I get grumpy in the afternoons!
  • Thursday is my 'get up late day', because my first meeting is at 9am out on site. I figure this makes up for the 7am starts every other day (though it never makes up for getting phone calls in the night).
  • For some reason I don't have a work laptop, so I carry around a bunch of paper and end up transferring notes back onto the computer later. It's neither efficient nor environmentally friendly.
  • I did put normal shoes back on to give the lecture.
I'd love to see a slideshow of other people's days!!


  1. I love that you took a photo of the meeting you went to. Did they question it or just go with it?? I really should have done mine while still employed because now it'll be all "Get up, eat breakfast, sit around in PJs until 11am, shower, eat lunch, watch TV all afternoon, eat dinner, kill time on the interwebs, go to bed". Not particularly slideshow worthy!!

  2. I think they're getting used to me wandering around with a great big camera. I don't use flash, so it's not that disruptive.

    Hahaha at least your slideshow would be something different!

  3. Nice post Kat, and interesting too. What a cool idea.

  4. Thanks Suzy - I find it interesting to be a little bit nosy about other people's lives, so hopefully people will get 30 seconds of entertainment from mine!

  5. What a cool post. It really felt like I was going through a day with you. Fun to see what your city and neighborhood looks like too. And the rain...oh I miss the rain!

  6. Hahaha we'd gladly trade our rain for a few dry weeks!

    I'm glad you enjoyed the post. We all think our days are 'boring', but I think taking photos of the little details give us an opportunity to reflect and better understand one another.


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