Curtis did some tickets in the morning and then in the late morning he had a training session about a new piece of software for everyone in the company to use to track career development.
Once that was done, Curtis had a bunch more tickets to do, it was a busy day in general!
After lunch, there was a security incident that happened which meant Curtis had to call someone and get some stuff sorted as well as having a chat with his team to discuss what had happened.
This took up most of the afternoon and it was interesting, too.
Kim had a busy day today! Her morning was filled with meetings. The first two were with her team and went over plans for the department and the second was about the facilities project. Both were so interesting and Kim is really enjoying learning and experiening new things. Kim also joined a meeting with a potential vendor after those meetings and that went really well too!
In the early afternoon Kim joined the weekly recruitment meeting and went over the current open roles for the company.
For the rest of the early afternoon Kim set up a pickup for a laptop and worked on research and getting ready for another meeting. The meeting ended up not happening so Kim continued her research and did a few smaller tasks.
Kim then went to the doctor where they did a couple of checks on her heart and lungs to see if the breathing is related to an infection or something else.
After a chat and the checks, the doctor discussed the possibility that the breathing issues might be due to anxiety, specifically around COVID.
Kim has had one panic attack before and the feeling is like a less strong version of that. They spoke about what might be happening and Kim believes that she was so worried about having COVID and possibly getting someone else sick that she had a small panic attack on Saturday night. Then due to the stress showing up as shortness of breath, which is also a COVID symptom, Kim worried she had COVID.
As a result of worrying about having COVID due to the fact that the breathing didn’t stop, but it was the worrying that caused the breathing to be strange. Part of the reason for this is that Kim is not actively stressed or worried about anything, so she was questioning how it could possibly be anxiety!
It’s good for Kim to know that it’s an internal thing to deal with rather than a deadly virus. Kim now has an idea of the specific thing that could have bought this on and will just be more mindful of her mental health going forward.
Maybe even soon start talking to someone properly for issues like that!
It’s been a strange day for Kim, but she is very pleased to know that she doesn’t have COVID and has a bit of a better knowledge of what anxiety does, how it can manifest and what might cause it, in this instance.
Kim has been really lucky with a lot of support from her team at work, her family and Curtis.
Kim is very lucky and very thankful to have such wonderful people around her.
We had nothing in the apartment for dinner, so we walked to our favourite Vietnamese place, now that we are able to go out!
We got ourselves some food and watched some TV whilst we ate.
After that, hockey was on, so Curtis watched that whilst Kim watched a movie.
We hung out together in the late evening and then headed to bed.
Mr & Mrs Hale