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Getting back into the groove

Saturday, September 26, 2020

So I went back to work on Monday after being out for 4 months. I remembered a lot of the produce codes etc (I'm a cashier in a supermarket) The shifts were short shifts....I was originally scheduled for only a 6 hour shift, but I was able to pick up 2 more shifts this week. I never realized until yesterday how tired you can get from working as a cashier. I worked yesterday from 7 am until 1 pm......I was so tired when I got home that I ended up falling asleep on the couch for about 2 hours!! I was worried that because I slept so long in the afternoon that I wouldn't be able to sleep last night! I was still so tired that I went to bed last night around 9 pm and I fell asleep almost as soon as I got into bed!! I slept until about 6:30 this morning!! I definitly feel rested today!!
I just need to make some small tweaks in my routine so that I can still get time to do my that I'm back to work, I don't have as much free time as I did the last 4 months!! I'll figure it out!!
On a good note, I have 24 hours of work next week!!

And my new boss is really nice so far!! I think all the rumors that I heard about her were from people that don't like the rules of work and she basically told them that these are the rules and they need to be followed!
Overall, it was a good week being back to work!! emoticon
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    Great to hear you are happy.
    28 days ago
  • 1BLAZER282005
    I bet you were tired from working. Glad you're sleeping well. Enjoy your weekend
    28 days ago
    Thank you! I was definitely wiped out yesterday when I got out of work
    28 days ago
    I know from hears of working in retail as a cashier can be very tiring and you're always on your feet. That's good that your boss is nice! Enjoy your weekend!
    28 days ago
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