Living for yourself, deciding what you want to do, where and when you want to go is a wonderful feeling- this is living, meeting new people, seeing how others live. It will restore your Plumbercorn like a normal plumber but more awesome t-shirt in humanity. Come to Australia, come visit and explore somewhere completely new. Time for me to do the same in your territory, and live by my code, not that of corporate business. I travelled solo in my 20s and am forever grateful I had that experience.
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It is a different time now, travel,is riskier, but just be sensible and cautious. The fun and wonder of your travel experiences will soon overcome your fears and doubt. So stay safe, compassionate and wise, and in your adventure may you meet some fantastic people to share the fun times with. I totally get this. We Americans are also thrown for a loop and feel torn apart when we get laid off of jobs when our company, ies, are bought out by larger companies. It has a lot of us feeling unbalanced, unwanted, fearful for our financial futures, and it is hard to find paying work.
The new ‘norm’ in America seems to be big Plumbercorn like a normal plumber but more awesome t-shirt buying out little ones, laying off people , many over 50, and then piling extra work on the younger people for no additional wages. It’s disheartening, disempowering, and wrong. I can relate. It’s not that it’s an American ideal. It’s actually a common practice among a lot of companies. The same thing happened to my prior company when we were bought out by an Indian company. You’re still young, you have the funds and the ability to take a break.
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Take it and make the most of it while you learn more about yourself because you have the moment to self reflect. God allows things like this to happen. It’s up to us to see the door as closed or open. Looks like she sees it as open but ya’ll are seeing it as a reason to apologize for being American. For the record: I am NOT sorry to be an American bc she got laid off. I take no responsibility for this, anymore than if she were to find her next dream job or love of her life bc of this lay-off. I’ve been in her shoes and it was the best thing ever.
God is good always. Best of everything, young lady. I quit my job last March and traveled to Europe. Best decision I’ve ever made. I’ve unlocked parts of myself and discovered what I really want to do and that is to see the world. I don’t have the means to do that as of the moment but I do have a plan. Safe travels and enjoy. I used to work at a Plumbercorn like a normal plumber but more awesome t-shirt cafeteria. It was perfect schedule for me since I’m a single mom. I had to quit. The amount of food that was thrown away daily was beyond immoral to me. It was awful. I couldn’t comprehend why they refused to donate it.