Daily reasons to quit your job and go your own way - Because the hours don't add up

Daily reasons to quit your job and go your own way

Because the hours don’t add up

You’re expected to spend 40 hours a week at work. Less if you’re lucky. More if you’re not.

It doesn’t sound like much. There are 168 hours in a week, after all.

Except that those 40 hours are the most fertile of the week.

Subtract the hours spent at work without pay.

Subtract the hours spent preparing for work, commuting to work, travelling for work, recovering from work.

Subtract the hours spent getting a good night’s sleep.

Subtract the hours spent buying groceries, cooking, eating, doing the dishes.

Subtract the hours spent washing, cleaning your teeth, sitting on the crapper, cutting your nails.

Subtract the hours spent paying the bills, getting the car repaired, finding a roofer to fix the leaks, managing your finances.

There’s too little left time for life.

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About The Quit Work Project

I’m M        and I’m trying to convince myself to quit my job in 2020

I created The Quit Work Project to connect with others who are thinking the same way

Together we can quit our jobs and start living our true lives

The Quit Work Project is brought to you by Kootenay Village Ventures Inc.