5 Things to Consider Before Chucking the Deuces to Your Job

When you are an aspiring entrepreneur with a racing mind full of innovative ideas that just isn’t compatible with a traditional 9-5 job…

Or a 10-year veteran on a job that is just merely paying the bills and provides you with no real excitement (okay, maybe it hasn’t been 10 years but it sure as heck feels like it) ...

Or you’re one more “side-eye glance” away from snapping on that co-worker who dislikes you for no apparent reason and gossips about you daily…

Or you have been waiting on that promotion you just know you deserve yet have been overlooked yet again…

Or you work for a supervisor that you are PRETTY sure is not smarter than a 5th grader by a long shot or remotely fit to be in a leadership position…

Or perhaps you just have a short attention span like me and you get the itch to do something different on the regular…

When you are not happy or fulfilled at work, it is easy to fantasize what life would be like if you just didn’t work there anymore. In these times, our optimism usually trumps our sense of logic. If you’re anything like me, you might even be quick to say, “God’s got me” and proceed to walk out on faith.

The purpose of this blog post is not to be a Debbie Downer or to even undermine the power of what I feel like God can do, but (don’t you just love that word) there’s this thing called free will. To the believers, sometimes we follow OUR OWN PLAN that we have deemed as plan A. Then, when our rash decisions get us into trouble, we resort to God’s plan, otherwise denoted as our back up plan. Whether you believe in God’s grace or Good Karma, many of us take leaps of faith expecting for there to be some kind of safety net to catch us before we hit the ground. The reality is, sometimes there is no safety net. Our choices have consequences especially major decisions such as quitting your job.

I get it, you’re over the job and RET-TO-GO! BEEN THERE, but let me tell you what I considered before I actually, DONE THAT. Read on for SimplyMei’s advice on the

5 Things to Consider Before Chucking the Deuces to Your Job