Notifying a colleague that I’ll be away shortly- so if they need anything, they know to ask early/potentially expect a delayed response
Was speaking to a chap yesterday who told me one of the motivations for choosing where to live was that he wanted to be at the end of a train line- because he always ends up falling asleep on trains and wanted to avoid the dreaded ‘waking up miles past your stop’ scenario
Taking my spare mobile phone out to the beach so I don’t have to worry about damaging my shiny new iPhone #rsdiary
Sometimes when travelling down to London, its cheaper for me to buy a day travelcard. When I do, I clip it to the outside of my wallet so I won’t accidentally tap my PAYG oyster card out of habit (which would effectively mean paying twice for my tube travel) #rsdiary
Boarded a bus in an unfamiliar city last week- checked destination with bus driver to confirm I was getting onto the right bus. And he informed me that I wasn’t- nearly ended up in a spot of bother! #rsdiary
Occasionally when composing email in the past, I’ve managed to hit ‘send’ early and ended up sending someone half an email unintentionally. I’ve recently got into the habit, particularly with important emails, of composing the message body first and then entering in the recipients email address after, just before I’m ready to send. This prevents the message from heading off to its recipient before I’m sure I want it to!