Exhaustion Sets In  

sillysmartstylis 41F
327 posts
9/22/2005 5:52 pm

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Exhaustion Sets In

Last week I put in about 65 hours between four different jobs. This week I've already put in 30 hours with another 35 to 40 yet to go. And yes, I know it's already Thursday...

Not to fear! I am dropping one of these jobs. One that is for the most part unnecessary. The cocktail waitress job. Even though I make more money waitressing than I do even as a karaoke DJ, I find it to be more exhausting as well!!

How many roads must a man walk down before they call him a man?

How many jobs must a poor girl have before she can pay all her bills?

My clients at the hair salon are not being very understanding about it either. All I can tell them is either I work the other jobs or I raise my prices (which I haven't raised in 5 years). They begin to understand when I tell them that for some reason....

More later...too tired to see!!

SSS


Fallic40 54M
1858 posts
9/22/2005 7:20 pm

It's the same old story - money talks. After 5 years, it might just be time to raise prices anyway. Figure that all your costs of being in business have increased pretty drastically - at some point, you have to pass it onto your customers.

You should not subsidize the business by working for someone else. It's not fair to you. You have to have a life too.


rm_luke69iner 49M
3275 posts
9/22/2005 9:15 pm

sorry to hear about the job problems Smart

i hope things get better for you


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AlbertPrince 59M

9/23/2005 1:36 am

Come here and lie down beside me!


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