I'm experiencing a sort of writers block (probably because I have no papers to write and no need to procrostinate. :)) So bear with me on these posts 'till I get back to normal. :-)
So, my father keeps telling me to look for a job, and I really don't want to. I just graduated college and am working full time at the job I've had since last summer (as staff support for rent managment). I like my current job. Its perfect for me right now. I can take off basically any day I want (as long as my coworker is in that day) and I have alot of freedom, generally. Now, I know its a bad job, and I know I need to find a better job, it's just that I don't want to right now. I don't care now. Now I just want to rest.
Honestly I don't see what the big deal is. I'm 20 and already a college grad. Most (not all) people my age are still in college, and some with a long way to go (and I'm not talking grad school). I don't understand why I NEED to look for a job so quickly. Why can't I enjoy my youth? I have the rest of my life to work.
Not only that, but I have the type of personality in which I get sick of doing the same old routine nonsense over and over again (and nothing is more routine than my current job), so I begin to flip out, and find myself things to do to either a) get my mind off the fact that the main thing in my life is routine, or b) find a new "main" thing in my life to focus on.
For the past 20 years, I couldn't choose what my main daily focus was, because that was always mom/babysitter, daycare, elementary, HS and college, so I would always find random activities to occupy my thought so I wouldn't go insane (dance class, swim class, gymnastics), then shuirim, shopping excursions with friends, now karate class, and so forth. Now, that I'm done with college, I can officially choose what I want to focus on. And so, what I need, is for me to flip out on the fact that my job is so boring, alot of energy, and many sleepless nights, and I will find myself a job, that will be challenging and have room for growth, so that the "routine" won't be for so long.
All I need is space and a nice break so that the fact that I graduated college settles in. :)