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5-14-2010 @ 9:42AM
As usual I 100% agree w/ the drama mamas. I'm in a position where for days on end I am not given any assignments. I try to do what I can to generate work but there is only so much I can do. I frequent wow.com more often that I should, but I also focus on career advancement. The web is huge, and I've taken advantage of it by finding professional organizations, social (professional) networking, picked up new skills, taken online classes, prepare for certification exams. If you have so much downtime right now you should really take advantage of it in a professional manner.
5-14-2010 @ 10:12AM
I like this. Although his supervisors had no problem with him playing at work (in fact, one of them used to play with him), my husband decided to uninstall WoW on his work computer.He's really been suffering a bit; he realizes now that he was using WoW as an escape at work way more than he should've been, and he's had to go through some withdrawal, but he's getting over that. He's being groomed for a position with more specific job qualifications, so he's been using his former WoW time to take online classes to improve his skillset. And I'm really proud of him. :-D
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