Ketchup is that all American condiment that has its roots in China I’m told. From hamburgers to hot dogs, French fries to barbecued pork, it’s a staple in most households.
Catch up day is not a condiment; it’s called Monday after taking some time away.
We spent the weekend getting our middle son settled into dorm life for the first time. Washington State University is a 4.5 hour drive away over the mountains and through the wheat fields in a region they call The Palouse. It’s beautiful country but very different from the lush green side of the state.
I don’t punch a clock, so I’m not complaining about my hours. I have the privilege of working 24/7 if I allow it, but I don’t. I don’t work a set schedule and even times when I’m away, I check on things regularly, but it’s not the same as when I’m at my desk doing my regular routines.
Emails to respond to, searches to run, files to complete, scenarios to run and consider for my clients, prospecting to follow up on, old doors to rattle…just in case they open this time and others to lock and leave alone.
It’s Monday and it’s catch up day.