Hi, y’all! I hope you had a great day. It’s almost the weekend – I can definitely feel it!
My day was good. I attended an HR training, so there was lots of learning and networking that took place. I got to see some old coworkers, which was awesome, and I also got to put some faces to names (I love it when that happens).
After training, a few of us went to On the Border for dinner. It’s times like these when I REALLY miss Tucson and it’s authentic Mexican food. It was still a lot of fun though!
My beautiful coworkers!
They don’t lie when they say good things come in threes! For proof, see the trio of dips I ordered…
That would be a spicy black bean dip, a ranch guacamole dip, and the famous OTB queso…YUM! I enjoyed these with warm, soft flour tortillas! It’s no Tucson, but it sure was good! And not that I have to justify my dinner, but I ate so much during the day with lunch and snacks that I wasn’t hungry at all for a full meal…it happens!
A thought for today…
Something that was said at training really stuck with me. Our VP made a statement about how most of us are more than capable of intellectually absorbing information, but not all of us are capable of processing that information and changing our behavior.
I have some thoughts about this statement but am having a hard time making sense of them right now – I’ve been up and at it since 5 am.
What are your thoughts? Do you agree that sometimes the information we absorb in our daily lives doesn’t always translate over to our behaviors – how we interact with others, how we treat ourselves, etc.?