This sounds like the same kind of idealistic person who says “once you find a job you love you will never work another day in your life”. It’s such a silly concept. I mean come on if you’re anything like me being forced to do something, even something you would have done anyways makes it naturally a hassle. I could be about to read a certain book, but if I am told I have to read it I suddenly get annoyed with having to do it. All that would happen is it makes you hate the job you once loved. It’s like the people who make their favorite song their alarm to wake up to and quickly grow to associate it with the pain of waking up in the morning.
@George Feeny, but here’s the thing, I love both of my jobs, and it honestly hardly feels like work sometimes even though I have to do them for money. I understand your general logic, and it could just be your individual personality, but I definitely can pull a 10h shift at work and be tired but not grumpy
@George Feeny, when you love your job you hate *going* to work, but once you’re physically there, it’s like, “hell yeah!”
@Leslie Knope 2020, them commutes is donkey's butthole
I think I still hate Monday's regardless due to conditioning via cultural osmosis.
@Proactive Citizenry , "don't talk to me until I've had my coffee lmao"
*Garfield wants to know your location*
I just hate my job
I think it's perfectly reasonable to want to be at home rather than work. I enjoy my job and find satisfaction in what I do, but after being able to relax for a weekend I would rather continue relaxing than work.
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