7,000-8,499 SparkPoints 7,416

Weekend in sight

Friday, November 02, 2012

only 2 more hours to go and the weekend. Today I am thankful for the job I have. A nurse I am training works where I use to and she will be working here prn. She has reminded me of how bad it is where I use to work at. I do not miss the short staff working weekends and holidays. the no appriciation . There is no flexability in the hours you work because there is no one to take your place. And you have to do it all being treated like a dog. The newest rule and reason I quit was the no sitting down rule. You have to stand the whole time at your cart unless it is your lunch break and there are days you do not get a lunch break. But you could sit down and chart not now they say when your sitting down it looks like you are not working. duh someone sitting in front of a computer typing dosent look like work huh. Litterly being treated like a dog someing telling you when to sit . They pay good better then what I make here but its not worth it in the long run.
I do so enjoy having my weekends off I dont get to see much of the family over the week but can make up for it on weekends.
I have 2 mini vacations coming up. I wasent going to put in for them because I need the money with christmas coming up and taxes due but I really need some time off so november i have a 5 day off week and right after christmas im going to have 5 days off super excited about that . I have worked the last 4 christmas and last year I worked christmas eve and christmas day so this year its going to feel like christmas . I plan to go all out decorate bake do things with the kids and maybe have a party.
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    workplace happiness is so important! emoticon
    1993 days ago
    I think it's important to take time off if you have it coming! It's so nice to "recharge" and refresh before returning to work.
    1993 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.

More Blogs by DIETTEA