I ignored good advice and paid for it with my bum.
We all ignore good advice sometimes… things which are designed to guide us and steer us away from the wrong path.
I did read the use by date on a tin of anchovies. It was fine. I had to use them by the same day, so I added them to a seafood pizza.
I took the leftovers to work for lunch.
I spent the next few days with a mild case of food poisoning.
I spent most of my time flushing in every sense of the word.
It can delay or prevent altogether what we really want to be doing with our life.
I see this frequently with career-changers who don’t heed good advice.
It’s quite simple.
If you are unhappy at work, fix it.
If you cannot fix it, change it.
If you cannot change it on your own, get help.
Don’t flush this opportunity down the toilet.