Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-09 21:38:13
ID: 56702
My new job starts tomorrow!! I'm excited but also a bit nervous. The one really good thing is that I will actually get formal training, unlike my last job. That to me is worth a lot.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-08 00:20:01
ID: 56688
My sweet coworker donated a treadmill desk to our office. I used for about 2 hours just walking and working. It was freakin' amazing!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-05 23:25:31
ID: 56636
In response to a confession. I have to repent. I've been hitting fave on this because I think it's funny that, every time I do, someone reacts by hitting omg. I once did this on the psychic page, too. I'm sorry! I have a problem, ok?!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-04 21:29:13
ID: 56638
In response to a confession. I did consider that. I don't feel bad about myself, I'm just not happy with where my life is at. I like the hotel work because I can do it alone, it is physically taxing, yet mindless. Mostly it gets me out of the house and not spending so much time alone.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-04 14:14:45
ID: 56634
In response to a confession. Why not spend your weekends volunteering at a shelter or hospital or something like that? I think that would make you feel better about yourself.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-04 06:44:51
ID: 56629
I should have said that I resigned from my job in March 2017 to work back at my dad's paralegal office. I didn't get paid unless I served papers. He has dementia and him and his wife asked if I'd consider coming back to help and train someone. I worked at his office for 8 years before I worked with the State for 15 and a half years. The cussing, complaining lady drains me. It's just her and I in this bitty office and her cussing and complaining all day makes me feel like she's upset with me. I know she isn't, but that's how I feel since I was hired to help her. I know I'll be ok and I do like the job. Just keeping my options open.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-04 04:35:58
ID: 56631
In my regular job, I make $80,000 a year. I have great benefits and I love it. On the weekends I clean hotel rooms for minimum wage because I need to fill the empty time in my life. If I don't keep busy I feel like I will slide into a pit of loneliness and depression.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-03 22:24:18
ID: 56623
DH's job is changing a bit and he'll work from home one or two days a week. He claims he will get stuff done at home while I'm at work, but I highly doubt it. I also just want him gone sometimes. Too much of him is not always a good thing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-01 02:24:18
ID: 56527
In response to a confession. You should have added the totally legit Omgs too. Oh no! Someone disagreed with me! Quick, spam the omg button! LOL
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-09-01 02:11:15
ID: 56583
I think my boss finally gets it. I get back from my vacation and he says, about Elderly CW, "She annoyed the shit out of me every day while you were gone." And then provided examples and details that sounded all too familiar. Welcome to my world, dude. Alas, he'll never fire her. One of my worst fears is her dropping dead at her desk, or hearing a big THUD in the bathroom and having to go find her in there, or her not showing up here and I go check on her and find her dead in her house. Or some, "I've fallen and I can't get up!" situation. *sigh* Seriously, she's almost eighty. She has Dr's appts (which I get to hear about in great detail) at least twice a week. She's a nice enough lady, but she needs to retire.
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