When You Love Your Job, This Is What Happens
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We've all had the jobs that we dread going to. Maybe it was at a fast food restaurant, or something in customer service. They're the types of jobs that we have to get ourselves through high school and college, but we hate every second of them.

We've all been there. Dreading having to get ready and go to work, when you would rather be anywhere else but there.

If you are currently working at a job like this, I have some good news for you.

It gets better.

There are jobs out there that would be perfect for you! You just have to find them. Trust me, the search is worth it.

Here is what happens when you love your job:

You look forward to going! You no longer dread the thought of walking through those doors; instead, you're excited to go and spend your day there.

It's easier to get out of bed in the morning. We all know the feeling of hearing the alarm clock go of, and you know you have to get ready to go to a job that you don't want to go to. It is HARD to get out of bed. But when you love your job, pushing those covers away and rolling out of bed takes a lot less effort.

You stop staring at the clock your entire shift. When you're at a job that you can't stand, time seems to go by so slowly; mainly because you check the clock every 30 seconds. But when you're having fun working, you forget to check the clock and before you know it, it's time to go home.

Your days are brighter and happier. When you love your job, you're an all-around happier person. You are happy at work and you leave happy too!

If you're at a job that you don't enjoy, FIND A NEW ONE. There are so many benefits to having a job that you love. Even if you are a college student like me who is just trying to get by, there are enjoyable jobs out there, I promise!

Loving your job is something that everyone should do. We spend way too much time working to not love what we are doing!


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