I am about to go through clinical trials because the current type of chemo isn't working. I can't work from home on the level I have been. So they are wanting me to go on disability. We have a writer that is a good writer but totally incompetent when it come to Adobe Creative Suite, she barely knows InDesign. I use Freeway to create and edit our websites and she screws up our email blasts in it all the time where I have to go back in and fix it. I am having to turn the main site over to her to edit and last time she somehow messed up the entire CSS site navigation. It took me a day to fix it. I knew I would have to "let go" at some point and entrust everything to another graphic designer...but she isn't a graphic designer. And I don't know of any designers that use Freeway. Our IT guy just told me, "Hey man, they gotta figure all this out without you at some point. Let the chips fall where they may." It's like giving up a baby to adoption! This is gonna hurt!
Thanks everyone. I guess I knew the answer before I asked it. It's just the workaholic in me. Over the last seven year I built that marketing department from scratch and it is just hard to let go. But you're right I need to spend quality time with my wife and family and not worry about work anymore. Thanks again!
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
As someone who left a supervisory position last year, the time with my husband has been even more rewarding. I'll be the first to admit I see many mistakes as I still get the paper I worked at and I know what should have been done. It was easier to let it go than I thought. Enjoy the life you have. It is very precious.
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