My mother made me iron our sheets when I was a kid. I’m pretty sure it was a form of child abuse.
Great post! There is nothing worse than being in a job you despise. You really have to double down and find a better fitting position. I was miserable in my last job. I looked for months to get the hell out of there. I found a great new job on Craigslist of all places. I actually enjoy going to work now, and love the culture of my new employer.
Are you working at a job you hate? Does the stress overwhelm you to the point you find it hard to breathe?
How did you get to this?
Sometimes we just need a job, any job to maintain our lifestyle or maybe we entered into it thinking it was going to be great, then reality set in. Maybe you’re trapped by your experience because you specialized and now you’re burned out. What can you do?
Granted, most of us have to have a paycheck to survive but we can apply for jobs that are outside the box.
*Take less money
Money can’t buy happiness. If taking a job that makes less money means you’ll also be happier with less stress and anxiety then think seriously about doing it.
*Forget about status
Who gives a crap about titles or social circles if you are miserable? Leave the BS behind…
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I’ll never be on clearance, as I try to avoid people who are negative. They do suck the life out of a room.
How many of you spend your days listening to other people’s perception of you, whether they’re friends, family or colleagues who devote their efforts trying to devalue your talents/gifts?
Too often people bask in this sea of negativity and try to figure out why their life is mediocre or unfulfilling.
Have you ever wondered why? Could it be their insecurities or your own?
Maybe the reason why people devalue you is because you’ve placed yourself on the clearance rack?
Your price tag has been marked down and you’ve become the bargain basement special.
There has to come a point in your life when your own self-worth shouldn’t be determined by others, but by yourself.
If the value you place on yourself is small, rest assured the world will not raise your price.
Thank you so much for the nomination Joycellin at https://wordpress.com/read/blog/id/62455327/. I’m honored to be included on your list. I’m in the presence of some great bloggers, thanks again.
At the end of April I was nominated by the lovely Lisa W Tetting for the Premio Dardos Award. I was ill at that time and was unable to write a post about it. I am now catching up on some of those writing that needs to be done and I would like to thank you very much Lisa for nominating my blog for this award. I am deeply honoured that you are of the opinion I have added value to the blogging world.
Please visit Lisa’s blog, Rebirth of Lisa.
Since Lisa’s nomination, I have also been nominated for other blog awards. I will respond to your nominations in the next two weeks between my regular posts.
What is Premio Dardos Award?
The Premio Dardos Award acknowledges the values that every blogger shows in their effort to transmit cultural, ethical, literary, and personal values every day. As per Lisa’s words, these stamps were…
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