Be Happy With Your Job…

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Hey, beautiful people! I know it’s been quite some time since I’ve posted on here! It’ll be that way sometimes because I don’t like to post anything here unless it’s something that could possibly be helpful to someone else.

Today’s message is simply about being happy where you work. You current job, even if it’s not your forever job needs to make you happy!  I was on a group page today for this podcast I listen to and a woman on there asked the group: “does anyone have a job they really love?” She then proceeded to talk about everything going on with her job that she hates, etc. Another woman responded to her in the comments by asking her if she even likes her job aside from all the bad stuff happening and the original poster said, “No…”

Here was my response in the comments:

M*****a is asking an important question actually. Here comes a novel but there’s an important point to it that I hope will help anyone who reads it… I’ve been working in food/beverage jobs since I was 17. I am now 34. For the first time in my entire working career, I’m happy with the job I have, the people I work with and even my boss is literally PERFECT. I actually manifested it while on a job hunt about three months ago. I was jobless for 2 months after quitting this sucky ass job as a prep cook at this place where the management were just shady as fuck and I couldn’t take it any more. I have 10 plus years of cooking experience but what I realized very recently is, even though there are great parts about being a line cook, I’ve actually never been a big fan of it. When you don’t like what you do, that spills over into everything and more often than not, your whole experience will suck ass and it will continue where ever you go. The one job I’ve ever had that I actually found pretty chill before becoming a line cook for the first time is being a dishwasher. That’s right. WASHING DISHES. As a dishwasher, depending on where you work, it’s great because you’re in your own little corner, not being bothered, you can bump your music and your biggest worry is getting all the dishes washes and cleaning up when you’re done. I now work at a yacht club that is by the bay, the chef cooks us a meal every day and I can sit by the water before work and during my lunch. I work full time hours, the people are kind, people bring in donuts every day, the servers bring us soda to the kitchen if we need….everything is perfect. I’ve never experienced this before and my vibrations are so high and I’m so happy. This is the place I will work until I’m able to work from home some day. I said to myself, “please, universe, just let this job I get be something I will like with nice people and everything I could ever want.” Boom. I manifested it. Moral of the story is, really think about what it is you want to do for your “right now” job. You deserve to be happy there too.

So that’s my message for today. If you’re not happy where you are, get the hell out as soon as you can. Don’t stay where you aren’t happy. It can backfire in ways you would not expect, trust me. You are allowed to be happy where you work. Really think about the kind of work you like that will keep you sane. For me, dishwashing is the closest thing to getting paid to NOT work as you can get so it’s my kind of job. LOL.  It’s easy and it’s also cool seeing your arms getting stronger over time for lifting stacks of plates ;-).

Because I’m happy with my job, I’m happier. Suddenly, I want to be healthier and am eating better, taking my vitamins. Suddenly I’m putting more effort into my hair bow business these days and am getting more views and sales in my shop….trust me, things fall into place when you take care of YOU. Something to think about…byyyeee…

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