Why I quit my job.

A lot of people have been asking me why I would quit my job with no backup plan. It’s kinda tough to answer with one sentence, but I will try to keep things short.

The easiest way to put it, it was a toxic environment. Communication was poor, the job itself is unstructured. The training is nonexistent. Everything was unorganized.

This job was never going to be a long term job, just something to get me out of the house. I spent most of my time there settling because I absolutely hated that place from the beginning.

There are so many other positive things i would rather be doing. I can finally focus on school, my direct sales business, my physical AND mental health, and my marriage.

I’ve never worked at a place that I didn’t like; and I will never work anywhere that I don’t feel comfortable. I won’t work anywhere that will negatively affect my mental health. It’s just not worth it.

Long story short; I quit my job because I knew nothing good could come from staying. I quit my job because my happiness is worth more than $8.71 an hour.

 

**I would not have quit my job if I couldn’t have afforded to.

One comment

  1. Love your blogs! Totally relatable.Makes me reflect on my own life because i have also quit many jobs that i believed were just not worth it! And that has given me more time to work on myself and appreciate more important things in life like watching my little one grow and learn new things.

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