Updating seat covers
So I’d say to really drill down into what, specifically, you hate about work and try to find patterns — and then see if you can find work that has only a minimal amount of those things. Nail-biting and job interviews So I’ve recently started applying for administrative jobs in my area, after several years of working in teaching and art, where I’m mainly working independently.Aside from having to update my wardrobe, I have a concern about my nails.There are people who think they just hate working, but it’s because they’re in the completely wrong environment for them — like they’re working in an office when they should be working in a different type of setting.Of course, there’s a much bigger group of people who don’t actively hate working but don’t especially like it either.You should take a sample week, and write down every time you feel good and the context, and every time you feel bad, and the context, and then see if you can identify patterns.
but I think actually hating working is rare, since there is so much room for things done at work to relate to things you find enjoyable or at least feel good accomplishing.It can be a thing that comes along with the territory when you have a lot of people sharing a bathroom. Hating your job versus hating working My first response was to do a quick search of your archives.I didn’t have time to go too deep, but the first few pages didn’t really feel like they hit the right notes.I may be overthinking, but I don’t want to force my expectations on those around me.I think at most you could put up a sign asking people to leave the seat down so that their colleagues don’t fall in when they sit down.