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Happy Day Pay Day

What’s your favourite day at work?

Well, perhaps to all of us when it falls on pay day.

I’m always excited going to work on pay day. Why? Because I’m about to see the fruits of my labour and not only that everyone at work are not moody or grumpy but joyful, excited and everyone is a lot nicer than any other day.

Pay day is good! Because we can pay our outstanding bills. Put money on our savings account. Buy the necessary necessities and if we budget carefully, more money for the weekend and hopefully it last till the next pay day.

But should Pay Day should only be Happy Day?

Our job can be repetitive, boring and dull at times. But it’s up to us to make it fun and enjoyable. It’s up to us to improvise and find ways to make it interesting and exciting. We can change our daily routine from time to time. We can go back and forth until we find the right changes that suit us. And most importantly and this is the most important thing to do in our workplace, be happy with yourself, welcome the change and give it some time.

Be not afraid to try something different or new providing it’s still within your job etiquette.

Happy Day Pay Day can be every day it doesn’t have to be just on pay day. While some days you’re not in the mood for socialising and just want to be left alone with your job that doesn’t mean you still can’t be happy. What matters most is how you feel inside and your interaction with others. As long as those are in good order then you’re set for an enjoyable working day.


About Milan of Sydney

Just another blogger having a crack at this and see where it leads me..... I believe if you're good at something never be afraid to express it regardless of what people may say or think of you. Achieving what we want in life comes with a price and sacrifices doesn't come easily! When I write I feel someone listens and hears me. A conversation with myself, where thoughts, feelings and ideas and opinions are express. My inspirations are the people crosses path with, places I’ve been, writings I’ve read and most importantly from my own life experiences, obstacles and ups and down. So follow my blog, leave comments or suggestions because life is a lesson not just a journey. Thank you. Milan of Sydney


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