Suit, heels, sand, lunch break... Never thought I'd be  stringing those 4 words together into a sentence ever!  Loving me new job!!

Yesterday was my last day of work.
Woo hooooo.
As sad as I am to finish working there, because I had a ball and made some great friends, I am relieved to now be able to fully concentrate on the move…
Being a working mother of 2 smalls, while Mr Flutter worked away, PLUS organising an international move was starting to take its toll and I was in bed last night be 7.30pm!
Zzzzzzzzzzzz
Not sure how much longer I could have done it all for really!

But, that’s one less thing to do now and one step closer to the end of the process.
I had the best sleep last night that I’ve had in weeks and I have a lot planned for the to-do list for today.
{Including jobs that I didn’t anticipate like cleaning crayon off the wall – “Thanks Abbie!” Gah.}
So I guess in the interests of productivity and all that I better get going and go and get started on it all 😉

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Kat Soper is a serial entrepreneur and Founder of The Helpful Academy. She lives with her husband and two daughters in whichever country they're calling home at the moment.

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  1. I have not yet gone to bed on Friday night, and there you are packing up and organizing on Saturday. I expect it will be easier with less on your plate, but it sounds like you had a great time working too.

  2. Oh, the best of luck with all this!- my brother waited until the day before we moved house to create a string of matchstick men abseiling down from a light switch in the living room. It was only when the curtains came down that the biro on wallpaper art work was spotted…

  3. Oh my time is just speeding along these days, isn’t it. Congrats on your last day at work, I’m glad you enjoyed your time there.
    I’m still looking for a(nother) job – part-time might even work for me now, along with working at the colleges. It is so much fun there!
    I was so sorry to hear of your cousins passing. Hugs to you & your family.
    Good luck with these short weeks until your flight – think of the treasure hunt when you’re back in NZ and unpacking!
    OXO

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