The yada yada yada post

old typerwriter and yada yada yada
Made in Canva

Having a job does take a lot of energy. Especially the waking up thing. Being a night owl and trying to get to bed early is a lot of yada yada yada. I haven’t had the time or the energy to blog. I should actually take a nap and yada yada yada. I’m so much in front of a computer at work so I rather stay away from it at home. I write this now so you don’t think I forget about you. Or some other yada yada yada thing.

There are still 48 days left of my job contract and honestly, I’m already counting the days. It’s not that I don’t like being there. A job is a job, like my mother used to say. If the people I’m working with wasn’t as nice and yada yada yada I wouldn’t want to go there at all. I just want more or at least not this. I feel the job is holding me back. I’m not able to be as creative as I want to be. There are certain looks and rules to follow. Is this really what I’ve studied, I think. Sometimes there is nothing to do. Those days I wonder is it really worth going. I could just stay home and sit there. At least I can talk to my colleagues which makes the days go faster. Then other days are busy. Today was one of the slow days. I made a piece of notification for an event for the bulletin board and yada yada yada.

karaoke ad
©Mia Salminen 2020

I actually miss the days when I didn’t have to wake up early. I wish I could have a job where I could have an own schedule and yada yada yada. I don’t want to think about anything serious now.

One Drawing Sunday- End of ods

mr cranky drawing
©Mia Salminen

I’ve decided not to continue with One Line Drawing so this spot will be unoccupied. I’m just too tired and my weekend is quite short because of work so I don’t have time to draw anything. I made this drawing once with Illustrator so it’s not done with the Wacom tablet.

One Drawing Sunday- Old charcoal drawing

©Mia Salminen 2009

I didn’t have time to draw today so here is an old drawing I made when I studied graphic design the first time in 2009. This drawing is made with charcoal and then scanned.