A Change Will Do you Good …

September 12, 2006 at 12:58 pm 1 comment

Two weeks ago my supervisor left, move to BC to start a new life. I envy her and I miss her terribly. Work just has not been the same since. I drag my ass in there everyday and listen to people tell me all their troubles … I have to keep a shiny, happy face through all of this *blech* It’s been harder and harder for me to do that so …

I woke up this morning and decided to call in sick *cough cough*. I’m job hunting for the rest of the day as well as getting caught up on some much needed housework. Now don’t get me wrong, I love the people I work with. They are some of the brightest and funniest people I have ever had the pleasure to work with. It’s the job that’s becoming monotonous. See, I work for a call-center and our contract is for a major Canadian Phone company. At first I loved what I was doing and who I was working with. It was also my temporary job while I was pregnant so I would have some employment insurance to fall back on (before this I was self-employed for 7 years). After my miscarriage in May I thought “This is just what I need, a place to go everyday to take my mind off of things.” and it did but now it’s become a place I resent every morning. So now it’s my turn to make a change. What that change is going to be I’m not sure.


Entry filed under: Everyday, Idle Chatter.

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  • 1. Meg  |  September 12, 2006 at 8:33 pm

    Anita – thanks for dropping by my blog πŸ™‚

    I am amazed that people can ever do call centre work. My husabnd used to do it, and he said exactly the same things as you, that he like the undemading busy-ness of it. Biut after a while he did go a bit crazy – such rules! He used to get yelled at for being one minute late from his lunch break. Good luck with the job-hunting. I’m sure you will find something more appropriate to where you are at now.



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