20 Thoughts That Can Help You Enjoy “Boring” Work As Best As You Can

Brightside of boring work

20 Thoughts That Can Help You Enjoy “Boring” Work As Best As You Can

You go to work and do what you have to do until it’s time to go home. When you come home, a loved one asks you, “How was work today? Your comment, “That was dull.” Every day, you say the same thing.

Your feelings are understandable because most people prefer to stay at home so they can do their own work. Saying that work is boring every day is not going to change anything. You may face criticism or get in trouble for saying this at work. People will advise you to quit your career and find something more fulfilling. Unfortunately, some people are dependent on their uninteresting jobs since they provide money, benefits, and insurance. Some people have trouble getting another job because other jobs, especially their dream jobs, keep rejecting them and don’t match their work experience.

Here are some ideas that can help you see the bright side of boring work. You don’t have to use all of these ideas because some ideas don’t work in some jobs.

Brightside of boring work

Brightside of boring work
Brightside of boring work

1. At least I’m not on my cell phone and electronics all day.

2. At least I’m doing something productive.

3. At least I’m going to put this job on my resume.

4. At least I’m meeting new people.

5. At least I’m using my skills.

6. At least people at work are nice to me.

7. At least my job is easy.

8. At least I have something to look back on.

9. At least I’m going out.

10. At least I’m moving around.

11. At least it is better than doing useless work that wastes my time.

12. At least I’m making money.

13. At least I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing.

14. At least I’m not lazy unlike people who don’t work at all. (The exception is for people who have a good reason to be unable to work.)

15. At least I’m making an impact on people and the world.

16. At least I’m learning how to mature.

17. At least I acquire problem-solving skills.

18. At least I develop my agility and flexibility.

19. At least I have insurance and benefits.

20. At least I’m independent.

It’s hard to change your mindset about work, but it’s in your best interest to keep these thoughts in mind.

Stuck in a boring conversation? Here are 25 questions to ask during recruitment.

You’ll never ask about their major again.

Recruitment is the best and worst thing that will happen to you. You’ll be excited to find your newest crush, best friend, and little/grand little/great grand little as you meet over a thousand new girls. Yet recruitment is filled with the same conversations, the same answers, and very little enthusiasm. Whether you’re in a pinch or asking about their hometown and major, here are some interesting/intense questions that will interest both you and the potential recruit:

1. What is your favorite coffee drink? Do you favour Starbucks over local coffee shops?

2. If you were best friends with a One Tree Hill/Desperate Housewives/Gilmore Girls character, who would it be and why?

3. Tell me about your best friend, and why you look up to him or her.

4. What narrative does your family retell about you constantly?

5. What is one of your favorite memories of summertime/first semester?

6. Tell me about your family dynamic.

Here you can learn about her siblings, how she grew up, and what family means to her.

7. Which one thing can you not live without?

Whether it’s Netflix, coffee, or his dog, it will introduce a whole new topic for the two of you to talk about.

8. What would you be known for if you were famous?

9. What was/is the most surprising part of living at Oxford for you?

10. What is your dream job?

11. If you could choose any non-fictional or fictional people to be your mentor, who would it be? (Bet you’ll get lots of Lauren Conrad, Sophia Bush, and Lily Pulitzer responses.)

12. Why are you involved in the organizations you are in/which organizations do you want to be apart of?

13. What do you look forward to the most when you join a party? Being a leader? Going to charity work? Being a sister?

14. If you had a theme song for your life, what would it be?

15. What is something you can’t help but spend money on? (late night Will’s Pizza, online shopping, Chipotle, Red Box movies).

16. What is your favorite thing to do on break? It could be traveling, seeing old friends, or going to her favorite coffee shop/bookstore/boutique/yoga class.

17. Which book/movie influenced you the most, and why?

18. Is there anything you are really passionate about?

19. What piece of advice has been most helpful to you?

20. What excites you about being at Oxford/college/a sorority?

21. What kinds of things make you laugh? (Friends, Parks and Recreation, Comics, Animal Videos.)

22. Where is your favorite place in the whole world?

23. If you/your best friend could describe you in three words, what would they be? You’d be surprised how stumped some girls can be over this question.

24. When you think of “home”, what comes to mind first?

25. When you think about your future sisters/elders, what traits are most important to you?

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