Thursday, 21 April 2011

Lost my job...:(


Today, I lost my job.

Don't want to go into details but let's just say it has a lot to do with my depression and whether I am therefor capable of my job, apparently they disagreed with myself and my Dr when we said I would be...

So a big weekend of job hunting...yay!! (NOT!!)

Trying to look at positives, don't have to get stressed over going to a place I don't like, and more time to craft, garden etc and not even thinking about lack of money, thinking about it won't help, I just have to power on and find one I do enjoy and pay my bills!!

Kim xx


  1. Sorry to hear that you have lost your job Kim. Well done to you though - thinking positive is a good way to go! I am a strong believer in the old adage that when one door closes, another opens.

    These things often are blessings in disguise and you can end up in a much happier place at the end of it.

    You have mentioned already that you hated going into work which isn't any good for anyone and I am sure this contributed to your depression!

    However, do check that your old employers have done everything in accordance with their own policy first (you don't want to go quietly if they owe you redundancy or severance pay!) They wouldn't be the first company to try to take advantage of a weakened state to try to screw you over a little!

    Good luck with the job hunt - have a party to celebrate your escape from a bad environment!!

    Ali x

  2. well done laydee! if you hate the job it's for the best. Time to start having a quality life where you are happy! i HATED my job and had a monster boss and it left me telling myself i will never work under anyone again. I was so happy when i became preggers! so my business is about to launch and i hope i will never be in that horrible situation again.

    Just enjoy your life! :)xx

  3. Thanks guys, amazingly I am still being positive about this, have heard of a few jobs which sound good just need to work on the applications, I'm just so glad that I don't have to go back to that awful place!!

    K x

  4. I know it's hard, and words on a page are not much help. But being old I've been thru things (I earned my wrinkles!) and I can only say that so far, everything I thought was a closed door DID always open another, or a window. So, one thing ending is something else beginning, and you have an attitude that will bring you right up to the next good thing, and it will likely be a better thing. You know, I always fight the learning experiences (yes, I learn by getting hit over the head with it!) but in the end I always come out better. I think that might be where all these wrinkles came from tho. ;) Bless you, I will put you in my prayers.