This post is dedicated to Barb. So Barb you have to dedicate your next book to me. A blog post for a book, that’s equal appreciation. I think. So yesterday I had lunch with a guy from my old company. It’s this guy’s job to review all the therapist daily notes and documentation, rewrite policies, make sure we’re in compliance with Medicare, stuff like that. I may start working soon and helping him out, being his assistant. They haven’t offered me a job yet so nothing is set in stone but it will probably happen. He said yesterday “I need help with all the boring, mundane, day-to-day stuff.” I said “that sounds like heaven to me.” I mean, that’s the perfect job for me, I can read and type – that’s about it. He then said how some people find it hard to motivate themselves to get stuff done when working from home and I was like “after 2.5 years of doing nothing that won’t be a problem, trust me.” It’s health reasons why he initially took this position so he knows exactly where I’m coming from. Plus I enjoy sitting on my couch with a laptop on my lap.
Another opportunity is guest lecturing. My awesome OT’s cousin is the PT department chair at a university a couple of hours away and she talked with him about me and he might want me to guest lecture. At first I was like “Lynne you’re crazy I can’t lecture, listen to me talk.” She said “Amy think of all the professors you’ve had with thick accents or that didn’t speak English very well.” Good point.