Hobo Hats, Baby Hats, and My Career

Well, I am back for another post! It has been a busy couple weeks in training at my new job. I also applied (and I was accepted) into the program to become licensed as a health care insurance agent. That is a huge move for me, a complete career changer, and I am beyond excited about where my life is going. Obviously I cannot give too many details, but I can say this is something that I never thought I would have the opportunity to try. It is a big deal and I am very excited.

So, the photo. During the past 2 weeks, I have been too busy to do much knitting. However, I do what I can when I can. The hat on the left is a simple roll up hat that I made to fit a child that is around 1 to 3 years old. It falls under Hobo Hats. It is one that I plan to hand out this winter with the rest of my collection. The one on the right is just getting finished up, and it is a newborn hat. Once again, a simple roll up.

I really like my previous hats with edges, but this style allows the parent to adjust the hat for their newborn. The toddler hat was an accident that I decided to finish. Otherwise I would have done a style instead.

As I have been working, I have been adjusting my office for my needs. My boyfriend recently bought me a new desk to work at since my roll top was really small and, let us face it, not really a good computer desk. Well, in my work I also discovered I needed a second monitor so help me be more effective on the phones. So, my boyfriend loaned me a monitor until I can afford to buy one. A mouse too.

Setting up my office has been a lot of fun. I really enjoy organizing my space for my needs. Monday I go back to work a little more prepared and all the more excited to get started.

As you can see, life is life. My knitting is progressing slowly. However, I am alive and content. 😁

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