We interrupt your day for this very important rant

I know you probably came here today expecting something weight-loss or health related, but I just need to vent a little bit about my job. 

Ready?

I AM SO SICK OF MY JOB!!!  IT’S THE SAME THING DAY AFTER DAY WITH NO POSSIBILITY OF EVER GETTING CAUGHT UP, NO POSSIBILITY OF THINGS GETTING ANY EASIER, NO POSSIBILITY OF ANY FUN WHATSOEVER!!!!!  I’M TIRED OF WORKING HERE!!!!!!!!

grrrrrrr

 

Now, let me say that I am extremely appreciative to HAVE a job right now, when so many people are searching and searching to no avail.  I also know that I am very lucky to be employed in a place that has excellent health insurance and decent pay.  It’s just that the work I do is very uninspiring and monotonous.  I get no joy from my job and the thought of doing this for the next 25 years really depresses the hell out of me.  No, I am not in a position to quit or to even begin looking for something else.  I am stuck and most likely will remain stuck for at least the next few years unless something miraculous happens (Ed McMahan, where are you with my big oversized check? Wait, did Ed die recently? Maybe that’s the reason for the delay…)  So here I sit, typing my life away entering work orders that will have no lasting impact on anyone. 

le sigh.

Rant over.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled blog-reading.

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10 thoughts on “We interrupt your day for this very important rant

  1. Unfortunately I think that is the price some of us have to pay to earn a living. I don’t want to go back to the corporate hell hole so I’m trying to figure out how to make money and not be miserable. I’ll let you know if I find a way to do that. In the meantime, enjoy the fruits of your labor.

  2. That is so funny!!! Okay, but don’t you feel better about yourself being sick of a job that has no meaning compared to me who is sick of a job that has meaning–I mean, what kind of a person must I be to not want to take care of those poor sick babies anymore?

    Seriously, start thinking now about what you might want to do, and when the opportunity arises you will be ready.

  3. Sigh, you are not alone when comes to loathing your job. I constantly tell myself that it is only a job and that it doesn’t define who I am – despite how much closer I’m driven into insanity by it. I usually find different creative outlets to release my stress like photography or writing.

    Take up a small hobby, something you truly enjoy doing and if it can lead into a career, that’s the most rewarding part of the experience.

    • Honestly, I would like to blog for a living or do some kind of writing that would pay enough for me to be able to work from home…

      …or be a Radio City Rockette. But I don’t think I have the legs for that one! 🙂

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