I say, screw the job… Payed jobs anyway! I feel good working for community service 3 times a week, and I think it makes me feel better than a paid job ever could. The important thing is I’m working, and I feel good while doing so! Essentially the meaning of this goal was to get a payed job, but no… I hate the thought of that. Maybe I’ll change my thoughts sometime, but until then this goal is finished. 2 years ago
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Working only once a week made me feel restless throughout the rest of these 7 days. That’s why I’ve decided to come work more often. I show up twice now. I feel quite comfortable with this workpace. One of my buddies left though, but I met someone new to work with, so I think it’ll be alright. 2 years ago
I suppose I already convinced myself of this goal.
In the last few months I’ve been hanging out with a bunch of people, some of which do community service. And since I had trouble with the thought of a job, I considered community service a good place to start. A real job would be too much for me. You’re obliged to come work, the authority can be strict, and your colleagues can be unlikable. I figured only nice people would work for nothing in return. And I was right.
So I’ve worked 3 days right now, one day a week. It’s an IT job, to fix computers for people who bring them in. It’s been educational and fun, but most of all it makes me feel incredibly fulfilled. The people are indeed nice, and it doesn’t seem to be very strict. Though I might seem to feel right at home, I’m taking it slow. I work once a week now, and my plan is to build up confidence and come more often.
So here’s a reason for me to get a job: It makes me feel fulfilled. 2 years ago