February 2016: How to Love Your Job

While February is famous for many holidays including Groundhog Day and Presidents Day, everything pales in comparison to Valentine’s Day.  What could be more worthy of celebration than love?  But “love” shouldn’t apply just to the important people in your life, it should apply to your work and career too!  After all, life’s too short to not do what you love right?!

So when I came across this article on “WikiHow” entitled “How to Love Your Job,” I knew it was the right choice for this month’s newsletter.  Be sure to check out the article in it’s entirety as it’s full of great information and tips.  And by the way, if you decide that you really DON’T love your job, we’re here to help!


Loving your job can be hard, especially if you are bored by your work or if you do not feel appreciated. If you are finding it hard to love what you do, there are several ways that you can develop a more positive attitude towards work. To start loving your job, you can do things like developing an attitude of gratitude, making friends at the office, and talking to your boss about a raise. With time and effort, you may start to find that you are looking forward to work rather than dreading it.

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