WordPress updated and I don’t like it. I need to figure out how to switch it back to the other view that doesn’t feel like I’m building a blog post like I’m playing with giant toddler lego blocks.
At River Region Comic Con someone said they had an intuition-thought that I needed help. I answered no, because that’s the honest answer. I’m content.
Today, my coworker was talking to me about her stuff and asked if Happy is even a possible state to be in. I won’t go into detail, but she’s not happy, has trust issues, and I’m like… yeah. I get that. on an atomic level. She knows I’ve got depression too and I’m working on it, so she’s asking me for a way forward. Not to drag her out of her issues. I suppose I can do that.
Most of my advice is to actually listen to your feelings. There’s a reason you’re having them. You’re not happy about work. Well, don’t make excuses for it. Accept that you’re not happy. That doesn’t mean quit right now. It just means that you’ve found a problem and its something you can fix. Your current job is a tool which can use to find something better.
Just don’t quit before you have something else lined up.