Friday, April 07, 2006

Another 17 hour day

What can I say, it is Thursday night 1am and I worked 17h today, finally going "home" to the hotel now, but next meeting will be at 8am tomorrow, then steering committee at 10am, another meeting at 1pm, and then hopefully around 5 or 6 pm tomorrow I'll finally fly back to Hamburg. What a mess. On days like these I really look forward to being a student again.

Wish every one tight sleep.

9 comments:

sghama said...

rough day - hope i can def relate to that. hang in there... when's your last day?

Benny said...

Congrat on the clear admit nomination....
:)

MBABlogger said...

zombie consultant life :-/ Well I am trying to make my MBA Journey to get into that life I guess :)

Good luck to you hope u have fun at LBS

angie said...

sghama - July 28th probably, would have loved to leave a month earlier but the current project will run till the end of July so there's not much point in leaving 4 weeks before it ends.

Benny - thanks and congrats to you too ;-)).

MBAblogger - I can't really recommend the job, but then it's probably still much nicer than M&A (the other default choice of MBA students!), you have the weekends free and at least you do interesting stuff and learn something. It's not a bad thing to do for 2-3 years.

Marina said...

That SUCKS! My liver and I are recovering from 4 days of non-stop drinking :)

After this week I just might add a photo...

Patxi said...

I hope you had a great WE!

Bon courage for the week, you are almost (sort of) there!

Cheers,

Patxi

Clear Admit said...

Hi Angel Angie,

Congratulations on being nominated for the 2006 Clear Admit Best of Blogging Awards. If you would like to weigh in with your opinion on the most enjoyable and helpful blogs of the past year, we would love to have your input. Just email bestofblogging@clearadmit.com, and we can forward you this year’s ballot.

Thanks in advance, and good luck!

angie said...

Hi clearadmit, thanks, I'll be happy to vote! Can I vote myself? ;-))))

KV said...

What do you want to do after the MBA? Do you already know what field you’re going into or do you want to test the water?