So I finished my 3rd week and this week felt tougher than the first two. I think it’s down to more work being sent my way which is good, because I don't like not being busy, but as I'm still learning it’s tough.
One of my colleagues told me that I shouldn't worry and that in her opinion, it takes a month to get used to the place and the people and 3 months to get used and know the job. All I know is I've felt a bit off this week. I think I figured it out in that as some people know I did a previous stint as a Paralegal here in Israel and it didn't go well and I was only there for 3 and a bit weeks and I think with this being my 3rd week I was feeling a little apprehensive about it all. I'm not sure why though, as my supervisor says I'm doing fine so far and while I'm not doing a lot, I'm trying to learn and expand my knowledge if there is something I do not know. I'm asking questions as well and talking to other staff if they can help me.
I have though found the task that I think I'm never going to like, even if I ever get to understand it LOL. But still there is always a job within a job that we don't like doing :-).
But yeah 3 weeks in, still feels new but I'm getting there and I hope in a few months, all the doubts I have about this new job and worry about doing a good job are a thing of the past.
Other news, had an enjoyable time seeing former colleagues at the wedding of Moran and Elad. It was fun and a hearty Mazal tov to you both. To my former colleagues I hope to see you all soon.
Otherwise it’s pretty much same old, same old. Putting my non-work thoughts into what I can do for my birthday in 7 weeks. Suggested some things and people have said what they think, I just have to make the decision what we actually do. All I know as well as the evening event, I won't work on my birthday for the first time in a while and I want to do something during the day. So if anyone has ideas what I can do during the day time please suggest away.
So, I hope you all have a great weekend, be in touch.