I drove more when I was an HVAC worker

I may really be eating alone on the beach because my neighbor is really working and not sure if she will also make it.

A lot of people task online so the multiple to numerous grind has kind of changed to a more steady stream of tasks almost every day.

I have tasks for a couple hours a day, however I also have to work more than six days a week. I kind of like it this way because tasks become a habit, almost like brushing your teeth every day, and Sundays aren’t so painful anymore like they used to be. My new heating, ventilation, and A/C systems and heating, ventilation, and A/C device writing gig keeps me busy during the day when there is nothing else going on in town. I like to be done with tasks by about 3pm so that I have time to get outside and get some nice sunshine. I couldn’t do this before when I was really working full time for the modern contractor in my ancient hometown. I usually worked for him about 50 hours a month and hardly had any free time to just chill out with friends. I was also doing a lot of ductwork cleaning tasks, and the two of us lived in the south back then, so most of my afternoons were spent in really moderate attics doing nasty tasks with very dusty ducts. Now life is a little odd and most of my tasks are done in my office in my flat. I like that I don’t have to drive to the local contractor’s office like I had back in the day when I was an actual heating, ventilation, and A/C worker and not a novice.

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