Rather than an end, see it as a new beginning. A chance to turn over a new leaf. You close one door but you’re opening another. And who knows, it may be the first of many.
Finding a job
The right job will find you. And everything you do until then are stepping stones. Keep learning, keep experiencing, and when that job comes around, you’ll be more than ready.
You can’t save thousands on a minimum wage job so just do the best you can. It’s all relative.
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I’ve changed job again.
It was unintentional.
I hadn’t sought out this job, it sought me out. Which is amazing. But I’m handing in my third job notice in as many months.
And the crisis of self has again come into play.
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We all know them. The things you are told or tell yourself during those final years of college. The things your relatives tell you at family gatherings whilst their dentures protrude from their lips, “once you graduate, you’ll get yourself a good job” or “you can’t work in retail your whole life”.
Or perhaps, they are things that you’ve been telling yourself since arriving at college. Your parents alluding to, often subconsciously, that once you graduate, you have to find a good job that will get you through all the way to your dying days.
I did catch a tweet the other day that kind of summed it up (even though it’s supposed to be in jest).
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