I hate hate hate working. I'm so done with it. The early mornings, the packed tubes, the appraisals, targets, meetings, the stress and most of all the borning, boring boringness of it all. How can ANYONE actually find their job interesting? Really, as if I actually give the tiniest sh*t about a macro, or an Excel formula or a database upgrade. Or accounting. Or surveying. Or editing. Or whatever.
I'm interested in music. I'm interested in art. I'm interested in books I'm interested in animals. I'm interested in learning about space, or history or nutrition.
But how am I going to get a job doing anything like this? Even if I do, (the most feasible one is nutrition) it'll be utterly boring an tedious like every other job on the planet. Or I could work in a guitar shop. Boring *and* no money.
I don't care about money (truly) but I do care about getting paid jack all for something I hate. So they way I see it, I may as well get paid an alright wage for something I hate. Which only means we all get stuck in a rut. Even if you wanna get out, it's gonna take a few years. Training, courses, learning, experience.
It's like we're all trapped. Trapped by mortgages, trapped by rent. Trapped by terrible jobs that pay us money so we can buy cr@p that's advertised to us to make us happy. But it doesn't.
I know my life is good, I can see that. But that doesn't change the fact that I hate working. I'd be a friggin' work-a-holic if I liked my job. As it is, I feel sick to my stomach at the thought of coming in. How, as in intelligent human being, are we meant to put up with the monotony or working? Seriously? Are we all meant to just switch off and become worthless drones with identical, paint by number lives, the highlights being three four weeks off a year and some nights in a pub?
Happy Monday morning everybody!