I am alright, glad to see you back posting. Sounds like you have a some what difficult time at the moment with what’s on your plate. If you find a better job with better pay I would go for it if you’re not happy at the moment.
welcome back, as you look around the diaries you will see a lot of people (myself included) have not quite readjusted post lockdown and post inflation at the moment. but you can only do the best you can - and leaving a toxic job is a good start. even if you move for the same salary the mental improvement will be worth it, and may prevent some expenditure
Good to see you posting again 😊
Nice to see you back. I’m looking for a new job as well , been with company for 17 years finding it really hard just to find something that pays the same wage most are about £4k less which I might have considered just to break free and start a fresh and not have the dread of going to work in there everyday. But with the cost of living and looking to be debt free n few years I really don’t know if I could survive. I did have one interview that I totally flunked because I struggle with talking about myself and being put on the spot 🤦🏽♀️.Nice that your flat mate is still around. Take care
Good luck with the walking - I do it best when I get into a routine, but the last few months have been far from routine so I'm struggling. But walking to the shops is always good if only because it limits what you buy
I hope the bike doesn't need too much doing to it. Walking along the beach sounds lovely after a naff week in work.
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