Being able to say TGIF

Leaving work for the dayAs much as I’ve complained about not having enough time to get much sleep this week, I happy that I’m able to say ‘Thank God it’s Friday’. When I was in school, and working service industry jobs I always said that I could never see myself at a desk job. And now I think, “What a silly little kid I was.”  What I didn’t realise was my need for routine… something that will enable me to do something out of the blue.

I think what i hated the most about working customer service related jobs was the irregular schedule. Not being able to make plans because your schedule could change at a moment’s notice. But it was also the fact that because you’re on such an irregular schedule,1 it meant you pretty much partied with your co-workers. It was condusive to a life of work, you spend all your time with the same people… it becomes inevitable that you start to become attractive to someone from the group.

I don’t want to get into too much detail about this, so I’m going to stop now. I’m so glad it’s Friday, even though I’m not doing anything fun tonight2. I haven’t been paid yet so I’m not going out with my friends but I do have xPeriapexx’s Pig Roast tomorrow, and I’m pretty excited about it. I also hope to get some work done for my friends’ website that I was supposed to have drafted for them by today. Oops3.

What are you working hours like? What would you prefer your working hours were like?

  1. and most of my other friend’s are on a regualr schedule[]
  2. I’m going grocery shopping with my Mum[]
  3. Luckily, it’s pro-bono so they can’t complain hehe[]

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  1. I love Fridays, even if I do not work the regular 9-5 weekday grind anymore. There’s something about the day that makes people seem happier in general.

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