Me saying that I was unhappy the entire time is a falsity though.
I used to drive trains for a living. It was a fun job. But complacency kicked in really hard and I felt like I was just skating through life. Hopping from hotel to hotel, playing video games, and sleeping my life away.
The pay was good. The work was fun, then boring, then monotonous. I got laid off from that job, and that was the best thing that could have happened to me. I probably would have been a 40 year man to chase that guaranteed retirement.
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