Breaking Monotony

It has been a full year at the same boring delivery job and I am starting to hate the same everyday routine of it. I do like driving around, don’t get me wrong on that, but I just cant stand the repetitiveness of delivering to the same ten businesses all day long.

I am starting to wonder if I should just call it quits and sell all of my worldly possessions that are tying me down. The only thing that I don’t want to get rid of is my bike. I love that bike. It has been a friend to me for the past 4 years and just looking at it everyday reminds me of the rewards that continual grinding work can bring.

Maybe I could sell everything else and just travel by bike all summer long, only stopping to earn a few bucks for the various fuels that I need.

I suppose that I should learn to play guitar as well. That way I can sing for my supper if I need to.

What an incredible plan! It is so simple that it might just work. I’m also thinking that I could just ask people if I could camp on their lawn. I don’t think that it would go over all that well, and hey, I am far too introverted to be just randomly asking strangers for things.

I have to go to work tomorrow and there is a fair amount of time to think about that while I am driving around. I wonder what other plans I can come up with that will drastically change my sedimentary life.

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Justin

Justin Trovrt is an online expert who is sick of always being online. He has decided that the world is there for him to enjoy and not to just witness through the gentle glow of a PC monitor. He has been many things during his short existence on this globe, but by far the one that he is most proud of is being a writer. You can find him writing 140 characters or less on twitter.com/trovrt

One thought on “Breaking Monotony

  • July 17, 2015 at 3:51 am
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    I think that this post needs an update. I was promoted several times and I worked for two more years before I called it quits.

    The funny thing about seeing that post again is that I actually did take the summer off to ride my bike.

    Life is weird.

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