Posted by sean on November 28, 2007 at 10:59 pm in Work Activities with 1 Comment

My office is offering a rare opportunity to earn some extra pennies through working overtime these next two weeks.

After the recent expenses of Christmas shopping, a visit to the dentist today and other annoyances, I have been left a little out of pocket. I have decided to work until 6pm, every night while the overtime is available, but am a little stuck on when to start work.

I normally stagger in at 8:59am (for an “official” 9am start), but am tempted to come in for 8 or even 7am. Coming in so early would mean getting out of bed as early as 6am. I’m a young, 9-5 office worker; I don’t even know there is a 6am! Still money is required. It will be interesting what time I wander into work tomorrow morning…

One Response to An Early Start?

  1. Josh.morgan

    November 29, 2007 - 5:28 pm

    why not go in at 12 and finish at 7 or go in on sundays and work for 24 hours then sleep the rest of the week?

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