Hired full time, been at job a year  

itzchic824 32F  
1309 posts
7/25/2016 6:43 pm

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Hired full time, been at job a year

Back in April I got hired on my job full time. Before I was just a temp. Didn't have PTO, 401k, healthcare, etc. (I had healthcare but it was expensive). Fulltime means I now have all that, am a permanent employee and no longer report to the temp agency. Also they pay a good chunk of the health insurance so I'm paying less than half what I was on my own and it's better coverage.

This past July 6 marked a year I have been there. Doesn't feel it. I remember when I started and I was scared out of my mind. Never had this type of job and the beginning is such an info overload I was so overwhelmed. Now I'm the one training people and know what I'm doing (most of the time ha!) Crazy. A year ago I couldn't see this.

Life has definitely changed for the better. I know money isn't everything but it sure takes a hell of a lot of worry and stress off.

Now if only I could find a good fwb. So many fish in the sea, but I was never one for fishing.

I sent an Angel to watch over you last night, it returned in a hurry. I asked why, it said "Angels can't watch porn." Thanks for fucking traumatizing my fucking Angel!

Don't bother trying to figure me out. Not even the little voices in my head understand me. It's pointless!

travellerabc123 48M
3465 posts
7/25/2016 6:51 pm

Congrats. Glad things are working out.

Embrace the suck

nivo282 40M
8 posts
7/25/2016 6:52 pm


Maize32 50M  
1259 posts
7/25/2016 7:01 pm

Congratulations on your 1-year anniversary.

ltrskr 70M  
2848 posts
7/25/2016 7:02 pm

U go girl.....Good Luck!

tommy609z 59M  
574 posts
7/25/2016 7:20 pm

yes money is good, but having benefits like a retirement plan, something I did not worry about at your age is good. I am now kicking my ass because now i need to add more to catch up.

sharkrojo5 49M
32 posts
7/25/2016 7:23 pm

That's fantastic!

Will4funinbc9 58M
200 posts
7/25/2016 8:12 pm

Glad you are doing better. I am paying 50% more for health care and not sure I can even retire. I wish you luck but I think I am fucked

northshoretake2 54M  
1629 posts
7/25/2016 11:15 pm

Congrats! Such a great story. From overwhelmed to the "go to" for newbies. Awesome! ^

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