I planed my baby shower 2 months in advance, asked for the day off 1 month in advance and somehow its my fucking fault because I "didn't think about how it would affect my schedule" bitch how the fuck am I going to know how my schedule is going to be like 2 months later then when I planned it. I better get this fucking day off. it my first pregnancy and I don't plan on have another child so its going to be a once in a life time thing. this only became a problem because another pregnant person at work wants the same day off for her baby shower too.
My doctor told me yesterday that i was cleared to do parkour again and take full impact (i had done stuff on my leg bone). today i jumped all afternoon and i felt so good. i love my sport so much
What a shitty city, shitty streets, stray dogs everywhere. I'm only staying here because my job is here. I would move immediately if I get a better job in a better place.
One of the managers from my old job passed away. He was only 47 and had a heart attack. I didn't know him that well, he wasn't my direct manager and I'm shy. But it's still sad and really unexpected. I wish I could've gone to the funeral, but it's a 6 hour drive. I wish I had money to donate to the GoFundMe for his funeral costs or money to send flowers. Most of all, I wish he was still with us. His desk is probably either cleared off or left how it was but covered with balloons and flowers. Whoever clears off his desk, if they haven't already, is going to cry. Everyone's family there, there's a lot of crying there I know it If I was still there, I'd cry just looking at it. I'd cry when I realize his name is removed from the chat program and I won't hear his booming voice again. Rest easy Mike.
I don't know what to do and I could really use some advice. I dropped out of college because I want to do a vocational training (or apprenticeship or job training, don't know how it's called). However, I was quite late with dropping out and couldn't get the job I actually wanted, so I applied to another job just in case. I got that second one. It's a different field than what I actually thought I'd like to do, but I could also imagine doing that - however, I'm quite afraid that, if I do this, I'll later have to drop out again because I realize it's not actually what I want. Dropping out 2 times in my life wouldn't look good in my CV. Now I don't know if I should take the job and look where it takes me, risking fucking my life up. Or if I should turn that down and try to get the job I actually wanted, also risking fucking my life up if it doesn't work. Any advice on that? I'm so stuck.
I need to practice my pitching scripts for work but I don't have anyone to practice with. My boyfriend doesn't want to do it and I'm too embarrassed to let him hear me talking to myself when I practice. But I have to get better at this somehow so I'll be more confident on the phone with real customers.
I've been extremely depressed lately, due to ongoing health issues. I've had to quit my job (health issue limits my lifting capability, the job I had to leave had me lifting an 80 lb machine multiple times a day). A friend of mine knows how stressed I've been (No money, in a lot of pain, generally feeling like a piece of shit) and offered to come over and help me relax by offering to smoke some weed. However, I'm about to start looking for a job next week and I'm concerned about it showing up on a drug test. I don't know shit about weed other than it stays in your system for awhile. I really want to try it, to relax if only for awhile, but I don't want to screw up a chance at a job.
Normally, I get 1 or 2 rude customers a week. Just yesterday, I had like 4 or 5. Just people being rude as hell and blaming me for things out of my control. I hope people are nicer today. If I get that many rude people again, I'm going to have a nervous breakdown. I don't want to go in today, but I have to.
A lot of my clients ask me how I found out my career was my passion. Thinking back to grade school I saw it as a hobby. Meaning I didn't mind getting paid for it or not because I love doing it. Of course that is if $ didn't exist.
Managers intimidating employees, doesn't make you a leader, it makes you a company liability.