We got into a conversation about how I was feeling about the job. I had been having doubts for a few weeks but was trying to remain positive and I really didn't want to tell my boss that. Because let's face it, I was thankful to be employed. And to be honest, I really did think at the outset that this was going to be an amazing job! Maybe the pay wasn't great, maybe I was still working nights and weekends (something I swore off when we moved), but for some reason, I really wanted it to work! After a little prying I told my boss that I didn't think this job was going to work out long term. I felt foolish because I had been trying so hard to make it work and since I had only been there for about a month and a half. I guess that's why they make 90-day probationary periods, right?
I left the office on Friday totally deflated and in tears. I mean, I didn't really want this job anymore anyway but I still felt like a failure. So what gives? Why the tears? Some may say that I'm a little too emotional and that could account for the crying. And while that may be
Fast forward a few days and I'm feeling much better. I already have some leads on new jobs and am excited to spend a little time being a SAHW (stay-at-home-wife) again. The last time I didn't embrace it like I should have. I also want to be