Sunday, June 27, 2010

ON MY THOUGHT

Weekend is over, tomorrow is another day to swamp myself to work. I wish i have that courage to quit without thinking expenses for the month. It's so hard to fool yourself when the passion for your  the  job has fade away. Yes, I am such a coward, I worry too much that's why I can't print my resignation letter and tell my boss boldly that I am no longer happy with my job. That I would be more happy to stay at home and have my movie all day long than spent my day in front of my table doing my work without the happiness of me doing it. I'm sick and tired.

Oh, speaking of staying at home, and watch movie the whole day. I went to the mall this afternoon and visit the malls appliance center. I saw some new models of tv stands , dining sets , living room showcase and more at their showroom, I was thinking if I could replace some furniture inside my parents pad. But with my shaking feelings toward my work right now, I wonder how I may be able to buy them, if I quit the job now. 

5 comments:

Lina Gustina said...

It's a big decision, Yen...I think you aren't a coward at all. It's very normal; as we can predict our futures...

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Don't rush things. You may be unhappy with your present job but an unhappy job is much better than no job at all. Staying home watching your favorite movie on TV is never an option unless you are filthy rich and can live off your riches. You can pray to the Lord to lead you towards that ideal work where you can really grow and mature as a person. The Lord will guide you to greener pasture if you will but trust Him with all of your heart. You need not be afraid of the unforeseen future. The only fear that is healthy is the fear of the Lord. All other fears are from the evil one. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

kikilabotz said...

wahhh.. sabi nga nila..if u arent happy where you are now..move..

hahaha. yun eh kung may tapang ka..

Renz said...

I hope you find happiness soon. *hugs*

mattscradle said...

Hi, I had the same experience few months ago. You know what I resigned with my Job but I'm not telling you this for you to do the same. My suggestion is make sure you had enough savings which is good for 3 months expenses if you are going to resign. If you had enough savings and still feel that your not happy with your job then you know what to do. 3 months is enough for you to find a new job for sure. mattscradle