What DO I want to be when I grow up?

Sunday, October 17, 2010

So I'll be out of a job as of December 15. Financially, this is very bad. The job has very good benefits. I was hoping to be there for another couple years. But that is not to be.

On the positive side, I won't need to deal with my micro-managing, never satisfied, explosive boss.

So, now it's time to move forward. There is really nothing I can think of that I can do that I would enjoy doing 40 hours a week that anyone would pay me enough to live on. That's a really hard truth for me. I need variety in my life and so after somewhere between 3 months and a year, I'm bored out of my gourd. The best thing might be to find a 3 day a week job with benefits and I could fill out the other 2 days with bookkeeping clients. But it's finding that part-time job with benefits that could be tough.

Time for bed. This is a journey and a process.
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  • no profile photo CD4564436
    Sending hugs. I hope you can find something you love, that will pay well. Good luck!
    3566 days ago
    Thanks to all of you. I will be able to collect unemployment which will help. This is definitely going to be a bit of a process.

    3582 days ago
  • DEE107
    Hugs its hard out there and praying for you HUGS
    3582 days ago
    Will you qualify for unemployment benefits for a while? Like maybe to spring?

    As for finding another job, would you consider temping? If there is a demand for your line of work, some temp agencies do provide some benefits.

    Good luck with whatever you decide to do.

    That sure is a fine looking cat on your background. I spilled some catnip tonight (knocked it off a shelf and the lid came off) and one of my cats has been having a grand time. The only problem is that she tends to be a mean drunk...

    3583 days ago
    Good luck finding a new source of sustenance.

    3583 days ago
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