- It taught me my limits. You’re human, not a machine. I’m not talking ‘they didn’t let me go for a pumpkin spiced latte with no foam and an extra shot’ type of limit. I mean ‘burning out on day two of your job’ kind of limit.
- Walking out of a job where your boss makes you feel the same as your controlling ex-boyfriend, will give you the GREATEST satisfaction.
- It channeled my career path and pinpointed what is really for me and what my goals are. It’s made me more focused than ever before.
- Being happy is what’s most important in life. It’s no fun waking up every morning dreading work or falling asleep every day miserable.
- I lost 3 pounds in one week from nervous energy and being stressed. NOT HEALTHY.
- Bonding over how awful a job is can blossom into BFFs.
- You cannot make friends on the morning commute though; every person looks like they either want to kill you or themselves.
- It’s not me, it’s definitely you. From day one, some jobs (and some people) just aren’t for you and that’s totally okay.
- Just because you’re starting at the bottom doesn’t mean you don’t deserve respect. Being treated like something you just trod in is unacceptable and looking back, absolutely hilarious.
- When one door closes, another one is sure to open. Don’t worry about it. I quit one job and the next week I had three meetings and offers.
What if the wrong job is actually the right job and taught you all you needed to know about jobs.