Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Thoughts about my break from the music-related work force:

Last year, after I got my BS in Music, (and, yes, it is possible to get a Bachelor's of Science in music, thanks) I decided to take a hiatus from music jobs. My whole life had been music for the past few years, and I was ready to get a job that didn't involve a lot of "creative" people. I didn't want to deal with "those" types anymore. I also wanted to have a normal, full-time job that I could go to for eight hours and leave.

Well, here I am working customer service, and I can't wait to go back to music. Ha ha ha. I miss it so much!! I don't see how people can handle doing this type of work (customer service) as a career! It's so monotonous!!! Every day, I spend 8 hours answering the same questions over and over again. There's no progress or sign that this job will ever end. I NEED THAT. I need to have something to look forward a summer. I need to feel like my job is worth something, not just a stupid voice over the phone to answer the same idiotic questions over and over until I have an aneurysm.

Uh oh. Does this mean I'm going to be a teacher after all? Hmmmmmm....


Mel said...


Before you decide to leave this one working hell for another, could you be so kind as to snag me a few more deals on scrapbooking stuff? (I'll pretty much take anything, but I need Christmas, Halloween, beach, and birthday stuff.)

By the way....teaching sucks, too, you just get more breaks.

Jeff said...

Jules, many people would be greatly blessed to have you as a teacher! You'd pretty much kick trash. :)


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