So, I Didn’t Have A Good Day

Hey everyone… So let me just start off by saying that my next couple of posts will definitely NOT be downers but I need to vent a little. So sorry.

Today sucked. I didn’t have a good day at work. In fact, the past couple of days haven’t been good days. It’s getting to the point where I’m actually starting to wake up and not want to go. That’s a pretty common sentiment, I know, but not for me. If I’m being honest, I like money so much, that thinking about the amount of money I’m going to bring home makes me get ready for work with a smile on my face. Yes, I’m that person–ever smiling and welcoming. But I’m not money hungry, I promise. I just like financial security.

But lately, I’ve been tired and that’s never a good thing.

I’m tired of rude customers. I’m tired of working long shifts without relief or an assisting coworker. I’m tired of rotating schedules. I’m tired of daily policy changes. I’m tired of dismissive behavior from management. I’m tired of the lack of interdepartmental communication. And I’m tired of summer camp and pool parties and day trips and downright mean customers. I’m tired of having to smile and grin as someone yells at me and tries to belittle me.

I’m just tired.

4 thoughts on “So, I Didn’t Have A Good Day

  1. Tyger Myles says:

    Don’t be discouraged little sister. Life happens and so many different factors cause stressful situations. Work life is hard but remember every challenge has it’s reward. When someone yells or tries to belittle you, remember that they have something deeper that they are trying to fight. An unhappy person seeks to make others unhappy because they need company. You know the saying. Keep your chin held high and this little challenging times will make you stronger!

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  2. Anne Pyle says:

    My job hasn’t been enjoyable for a while. I mainly just focus on making a living and hope to get hired on full-time (am currently a temp). I’ll probably be working this job, or a job just like it, for the next two years until we move. It sucks.

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    • Tyler B. Humphries says:

      Yeah, I just needed to vent. Once it was out, I realized it was just a bad day, not a bad life. So keep that in mind as well as you push through the crappy ones.

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