Quitting My Job Costco

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Not enough time, not enough money, and not enough sleep. It’s a stupid cycle that repeats itself over and over again. This is how I feel about my dead end job. I spent 5 long years at Costco and I learned a lot about myself, people, and about life. I believe that you can’t put a price on freedom. Freedom is defined as living life how one choses to live without any undue restraints or restrictions. We spend most of our lives too busy to have any free time, busy earning money to use on our free time, and busy not having enough time to rest after a long day of work. Working at a job I hated showed me how much I miss my Freedom to do what, I want when I want, however I want. Be with the people who I want to be with. Relax and enjoy life to the fullest. Feel like a kid again where my only worry in the world was pizza or hamburgers for lunch. Unfortunately unlike most people in life, I’m not rich let alone anywhere near it. I’m just an average person trying to make a fairytale dream come true and live happily ever after. Deep down inside I wanted to leave my job but I kept hearing the same things from people, friends, family, and myself. It’s hard to find a good paying job now days. You should stay don’t quit do you know how many people wish they had your job? I need the medical benefits just in case something happen to me. This is why I stayed at my job which allowed me to reflect on my life. You’re only young once and the next time you can enjoy freedom is when you retire. So I decided to make a leap of fate and as of june 9th 2011 which is my 26th birthday HINT HINT I decided to retire from Costco because quitting is for losers. I believe that you should enjoy freedom the best you can. Do what makes you happy and not worry about what others think. You have only one life and one chance to do all the things you want to do.
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