No bullet points today, folks. And I actually know what day it is. Thursday, right? (Just kidding).
When I have a lot of stuff going on, I tend to lose track of what day of the week or what day of the month it is and just think of things in terms of my schedule, especially when travel is involved. Like, today is two days from my next flight. One day until I have to check in for my flight (at 11:20am). The fact that it is also Wednesday, October 10th really doesn't matter to me. (Hello, my name is OPH and I am the center of my own universe, thankyouverymuch!) I was especially thrown off on this past weekend's trip due to the following factors:
- Was out of the office traveling on Friday
- Got up at a god-awful hour (literally, pre-dawn) on Saturday morning and worked
- Went back to sleep from 8:30-10:30am, and woke up feeling like the previous meeting was at least three days ago.
- Had Monday off from work to recuperate
- Um... time change! Jet lag! It was only an hour, but it did mess me up a few times when I looked at my watch and though oh shit I'm late... or am I early?
Anyway. What was I saying about no bullet points? Whoops.
On to more important topics, let's continue the hair discussion. When I published the previous post, I left out a key nugget of information: my new, non-asshole stylist was the one who suggested that with my hair type, I should ideally try to shampoo once a week. I did not jump to that conclusion on my own. For some reason I feel that I must make the world aware, by editing my last entry with BOLD updates and then mentioning it again here, that I am really not THAT lazy. But who am I to argue with the advice of a licensed cosmetologist? I am going to give it a try -- meaning that I am going to try to go to every three days, see how that works out, and go from there. I really don't think it's going to fly -- I tend to produce a lot of oil (and from the comments on the last post, I am apparently in good company) and I really don't think my hair is THAT dry -- but I thought the same thing when I was told to try only shampooing every other day, and that worked wonderfully after the first few weeks of looking like a greasball on day #2.
And by popular demand (of one person) here is a picture of the new cut. I call this photo "Day 2: So Far So Good, Right?"
I recently got a new phone (which I HATE, but that's another whole story), and its one saving grace is that it takes much higher quality photos than my old phone did. The better to see my horribly messy office with!
Is it too late for me to do a post about my Fall TV lineup? It has honestly taken us this long to narrow down the final list.
I have been playing around with the design of this site over the past few days out of pure blog-boredom. I am contemplating joining flickr, but for some reason I am hesitant. It seems like a big decision, like a commitment that I'm just not ready to make. Anyone have advice that can push me over the edge, one way or another? Love flickr? Hate flickr? Should I stay or should I go?