Lifestyle | If You Aren’t Happy With Life – Change It.

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This time last year I’d finished University, was set to graduate, had handed my notice in at my retail job and was waiting to start my graduate job. Fast forward a year and I’m working my last couple of days at a job I’ve been in 7 weeks, before I move out at the end of the week and start another new job on Monday.

If you aren’t happy with your life – change it.

Long story short, I wanted a job closer to home, however said job wasn’t what I expected. I think a lot of people will stay in a job to see if they can settle in. I settled in, that wasn’t the issue, I just knew instantly that the job wasn’t for me. It was a Marketing job, but I didn’t feel I was using my brain after working in a fast-paced environment, I was bored. So, after around 5 weeks in the job I decided to look for something else.

I think it came about when my boyfriend and I were looking to move out. We initially looked to move into the centre of Chester, until a) you get nothing for your money and b) I didn’t want to be there. I knew I didn’t want to be in the job in Chester long term, so it was pointless to move there.

So, on Monday I’m starting a new job, back in Affiliate Marketing (where I started as a grad). And we’ve found a house that we love.

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Basically, what my ramble is trying to demonstrate is that if you aren’t happy, only you can make the positive changes.

Aren’t happy with a relationship – talk to them. Hate your job – look at ways you can improve it, if it means looking for something else, do it! Hate a subject you’ve taken a GCSE/A-level, talk to someone about changing it. Really don’t like University but feel pressured to stay? Look at other options.

There will always be things in life we dislike, and that’s well, life? But if you know that a change, however big or small could make you happier, do it.

What changes do you want to make?

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2 comments

  1. I couldn’t agree more with what you are saying. I think a lot of people are to scared to make the change and just take the easiest route of staying where they are (me being one of them). x

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