I just started a new job and changed careers at 50. I was a medical transcriptionist for 15 years and managed my own time very well. I am very self-disciplined. Now I am working at a "real job", according to my husband, and find that my time is structured to the minute with two 15 minute breaks and 1/2 hour lunch. The only thing I could think of to do to manage my time better was to get a timer. Actually, one of the women I trained with bought it for me. Here's my question: How does one go from no stress to handling major stress in a matter of weeks. Anyone got any advice? Anyone starting a new career?
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