Camping Coffee Pot Saves the Day!
Several years ago, me and my wife were working in charter school which operate from the usual 8 to 5 and we have to be there half an hour before and after. Spending 10-hour on your job is more than enough to make it less exciting and stressful while adding hefty take-home assignments, obstinate teens as well as administrator politics. I probably have been dealing with ulcer this time if I am not prepared with my camping coffee pot.
This is also the same reason why when I was laid off, I felt to celebrate the freedom I have than having to mourn on the loss of job. The truth is, my wife followed my footsteps several months later and turned her resignation letter. Once we’re free from this near cruel act of 50-hour work week, we realized how big of our lives that have been sapped away. Despite living on the same side of town, there were close friends and people who we hadn’t able to spend time with for years.
We’ve come to a decision to put up a business of our own which has given us time and freedom to do whatever we want from spending time with family and friends, have our vacation, enjoy the great outdoors with our camping coffee pot and many more. From this moment, we had started brainstorming ideas on new business.
There’s a significant difference when you are working for yourself and for someone else which is the fact that if it’s you’re working for yourself, you’ve got to work twice as hard. This is true particularly when you are just starting out. The first few months we are doing the business, our workdays are even stretched to 12-hours a day and at times, it goes beyond it. We’re just lucky to have our camping coffee pot which gives us the energy we need when our body is almost ready to give up. If we are not working at the shop, you will see us working in our laptops and trying to reach out to vendors, make class schedule and also, spread the word out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media sites.
And before long, we noticed all of a sudden that we are almost working for 3 years straight without giving the break that our mentally and physically abused body has taken. Back then, we used to take annual road trips but now, we’re fortunate to drive two hours to visit our family. Once, we were avid campers equipped with state-of-the-art camp stoves and camping coffee pot. On our available time, work seems to haunt us; a consequence of not putting up boundaries between work and personal time. So, while using our camping coffee pot we have decided to take actions of it.
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