I think so much about work when I'm actually working that when I'm not working, I like to give my mind a break from work and think about many other things. There's a big world out there, and I like to keep abreast of all that is going on in it. And then of course there is my family to think about and interact with as well.
Honestly, unless something goes wrong on one of my flights, which is pretty unusual, I don't think much about work after I've landed the plane and filled out my paperwork. On the other hand, if there is a problem during a flight, I totally obsess over it afterward and can't stop thinking about what went wrong, and what can be done to prevent that same kind of problem in the future.
I've been very sick these last several weeks and unable to go to work, so I've been thinking about work a lot, wondering what I would be doing if I were there. I have clearance to go back to work in a week or so, and I can't wait for that day to come. Seriously!
Lead bank teller
Oh, all the time. I'm new to this branch and am eager to do a really great job here and to protect my team members.
Well, now that I'm retired, I rarely think about work anymore while I'm awake. However, I'll still often have dreams about things going wrong at work. But then I wake up, realize it was just a dream, and thank my lucky stars for that. I think most responsible, conscientious people are probably the same way. It's really hard to let go.
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