Yeah, I think it took a few weeks for it to sink in that I actually didn't have to go back. It was a fucking fantastic feeling. Probably one of the best decisions I've made, turned down a promotion and everything to move out of there.I think a lot of people are in this boat and don't even realise it. I know I was.
Really glad to hear that.It's a year ago since I wrote that post and I thought I 'd come back to it.
A lot of 2016 was a total write off for me. When I look back at it now I realise just how depressed and anxious I was for that whole period. To say that things have improved since then is a huge understatement.
Things are going really really great right now.
I switched jobs a few months ago and now where I work is a 20 minute walk from home and the job's way more interesting. I actually didn't realise how much I hated my old job until I left.
Also, my kids started school around here in the last month and it's been going really good for them so far.
Overall, life is just a lot more enjoyable and way less stressful and anxiety inducing than it was a year ago.
So, yeah, things might be shite sometimes but they can always get better.
There was a place I was in a good few years ago where the highlight of my day was leaving the office at the end of the day. That feeling lasted about 20 minutes as I realised after that that I'd have to go back the following morning.I think a lot of people are in this boat and don't even realise it. I know I was.
I've seen a good few people wearing them around the placeThis kinda fits here. These are being given out in the school I work in,and presumably others.
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