So much walking. This department is kind of stressful. I get to work the easier department tomorrow which means I don't have to deal with people as much, at least not in the sense of knowledge.
Had one guy go ballistic on me today. He was in a motorized cart. I was doing something with an order on the computer and he immediately spoke to me as if I wasn't doing anything. All I did was ask if he had a return and the guy lost his mind. Everyone was confused.
And another fellow a couple of hours earlier was angry, too, but perhaps a notch lower. He showed me a piece and asked where to find it and I told him the electrical section was right ahead and that the specialist was right there. I don't understand how people think we know every tiny item in every depaftment. And if we should know them, I don't understand how we're supposed to. My thought is that you just learn as you go and those years pile up into painful experience. Which seems pointless to me.
I keep questioning if I can work here long term, but I know it seems more drastic than it is because of my current state. It's too fuzzy to see ahead, but I kind of feel like my future is in the financial sector or maybe insurance or something. I just have this weird feeling. I clearly stand out at a hardware store and I just don't see me earning the right money to really live long term here. It, at times, favors people who talk loud despite saying/thinking/knowing less and, well, I'll just stop there. Positive thoughts.
As for actifit, I am probably losing a lot of weight. I don't want to get too skinny, though. But then I can start stuffing my face sometimes again if that happens.
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