Today was the first day of my retirement, and I was thinking I could not have written a better post to get the point across.
We retire because of old age = health is going, going, going,….
more hospital visits = heartless bureaucracy
Social Security = heartless bureaucracy
Medicare = heartless bureaucracy
military retirement = heartless bureaucracy
pension plan = heartless bureaucracy
Still, until I um mm, burnout, it beats what use to be my day job.
A big hazard of my job is burnout. One must always be on guard for too many things starting to rot your soul. Soul rot is a terrible thing, it’s worse than toenail fungus.
I spent the first half of the month wondering if all the crazy people had been infected by some yet unknown brain parasite, and the second half of the month actually wishing a good amoeba would take them all out. That’s burnout.
Health care, so I’ve spent my life actually working my way down the corporate ladder finally landing on the bottom, always trying to figure out how to make it work because I love what I do and I like people. Maybe if I reduce my hours, maybe if do home care, maybe if I just spend the rest of the week building myself back up ….
I just can’t do it anymore, it’s rotting…
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