Get the Heck Out!

Sometimes when I write I’m usually speaking from experience or going through a little rough path in life.

So yesterday and today I started out complaining about a certain situation and I came across some notes in my journal.

complaining to me means you have a reference point for something better that you would prefer but you are unwilling to take the risk of creating.

Jack Canfield

The circumstances you complain about are situations you can change, but you have chosen not to.

If you find yourself in a situation you don’t like either work at it to make it better or get the heck out. Also don’t listen to the negative words that some may send your way for example: “Your too old”; There are no jobs available; and I love this one “you may not make what you’re making now”…LOL! you dang Skippy! I’m positive I’ll start out with more than what I’m making considering I haven’t received a raise and it’s been five years.

So today I have to take my own advice. I have been complaining about my present job for the past five years and I have decided to stop complaining and do something. I have my plan in motion and have set my deadline…………….I am getting the heck out!

A New Year comes with New Beginnings.


The Next Move

Through stages in life making changes for the better sometimes there is risk. You wonder if the career change will be better, especially if you are in a comfort zone.

I believe change is good. Talking with a friend today and I told her I’ve been on my job five years and no increase and that I have decided to move on.

Her reply: Why would you leave a job after that long to pursue something new? A job is a job and besides you are not young.


I believe if you are in a position and you have not been advanced or given a salary increase within five years it truly is time to pursue new opportunities.

I believe I am an infinite being and the age of my body has no bearing on what I do or who I am. I know that no matter my age or race what the creator has purposed for my life will manifest.

So, I am a firm believer that you are never to old to learn nor too old to make a career change.