It's been a little quiet here this week because I have been a little busy. Today was the third of four days training in a new system that they are going to be installing at work soon. I have another four days of training again next week.
Today I don't feel too bad but every other day this week my eyes have been killing me and I have ended up having a shocking headache by the time I got home. This happens a lot when I attend training because I need glasses for looking at the screen in front of me and the books, but not to look up to the front and of course you spend all day doing both.
It is a bit strange that I don't have a headache tonight though, although I am sure the fact that I was in bed at 9pm last night and slept for a solid 8 hours or more probably helped a great deal. Another early night probably wouldn't hurt but I am off to watch the first episode of Cranford. I have no idea what time it finishes, but hopefully not so late that I will not get enough sleep tonight and therefore might avoid a headache again tomorrow!
In other news, Melbourne has been named the second City of Literature by UNESCO. Sounds as though there are some exciting things happening for both readers and writers.
Read more here.
Thanks to Kerrie for blogging about this!