4 of 7 Things I did when I was projectless

Stage 4. Despaired some more. I began to worry that I was heading towards stress... As in, medical stress, not the everyday "Oh my god I'm so stressed". I had problems sleeping at night, I never made it to an interview even though several people confirmed that my CV was great. My colleagues were great at supporting me and told me that a new project would come any day now. Some days it helped, most days it didn't. I felt horrible..

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3 of 7 Things I did when I was projectless

Stage 3: Renovated my entire flat. This stage lasted for quite some time. At this point it became pretty clear to me that I needed some kind of project at home. I did not get any interviews, but I was still pretty confident that something would happen soon. Maybe not super-soon, but soon enough.

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1 of 7 Things I did when I was projectless

Stage 1: Slept in. Then, despaired. The first days were great! It was like finishing university again. I slept in, updated my CV, read all the things I had wanted to read for some time.. I was sure there was going to be a gig for me in a very near future. But after the first days of sleeping in, I started getting restless.

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The short but effective 2-days UX test run

I've made a series of test stories from my favorite test runs. This 2-days user experience test run is without a doubt the most extensive test I ever did in the smallest amount of time. These were not average 8-hour workdays, these were meticulously planned sessions that fit into my timetable with great precision and lasted from morning to evening.

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