Friday marked my last day as a Cerner employee. After almost three years of technical support work I am grateful for the experience, the knowledge, and the customer service opportunities that I had. I worked with many amazing people and witnessed the constant shift and changes in the company that help it grow. However, I am prepared and excited to embark on my next mission--one that better fits my work style, allows me to be creative, gives me more day-to-day freedom, and puts me and my family first. I am excited to be in charge of my own day, work on projects that have a definitive end, and celebrate more accomplishments. Here's to the future!
My morning starts off around 6am when I go through my "miracle morning routine" (more on that routine for a future blog post). I get ready for the day and head off to work. Now that I have a full-time job, the majority of my day is spent in front of a desk. This can be sedentary and monotonous--but, I believe that the perfect day has to start with the perfect morning.
Work is going good. A generic answer, but that's truly how I feel about it. I know a lot of my family is going to be reading this post, wondering if I can finally explain what the heck I do--and well, it's complicated. I fix data and software and reports and computers that break for hospitals that have Cerner solutions and our Registration software.
Hello my lovely blog readers! I have left you in the dust for awhile--and I guess that's what happens when your life throws new routines at you left and right. But finally, and I hopefully mean finally, I have established a good daily plan and positive mental state to take on blogging again while working a full time job. So it looks like we have lots of catching up to do!
Where the heck have I been?!?!?!?!?! I know, I know, I'm sorry. But I'm back, and hopefully back to a semi-regular schedule. Well, actually, nothing is regular--everything has changed. There is so much that I need to fill you in on. It will all come in time, but for now, let me just list some things!