In November I resigned from Bytemark.
In December I started working for a local company, here in Edinburgh, in a real office (rather than working from home).
Unfortunately today I resigned from that new job, meaning I'm currently unemployed.
I plan to take a 1-2 week vacation, then look for another job as a matter of some urgency. (I can live off savings for the next half-year, or so, if I need to, but I'd go crazy if I had nothing to do for that long.)
It is unfortunate to have to resign from a new job after only five-six weeks, but much more honest to do so now than pretend everything was OK and do it at the point I'd passed my probationary period (of three months).
The people were lovely, the office was lovely, the coffee machine was excellent, the work was interesting, but the nature of a large corporate job with the associated bureaucracy made it a less good fit for me than it looked on paper.
I shall pretend that the next week or two of down-time is our honeymoon ;)