You might seek a job in some sort of educational institution that has In this house we do autism awareness shirt. The summers off and breaks between semesters. Being a flipper or resaler just encourages your familial hoarding tendencies and you need to get away from that. Also, if you work for a university or college, you get a lot of nice perks and benefits. You bring a flipper is basically you justifying your own hoarding tendencies. I’ve been there. Get a structured job of some kind. Any kind. It will be out of your comfort zone but try to find a room mate living situation so you don’t have to move home. It won’t be easy but it will be worth it. I have done fast food, bartending, dog sitting, dog walking, lite IT work over the phone, grocery restocking. Most of these jobs only lasted a few months tops before I crashed hard.
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The reasoning I flip is because I dislike routine structured jobs. In this house we do autism awareness shirt. Source in the morning, list, take a day off whenever I feel like it (no HR, no coworkers). I grew up in a home with little structure and having it seemed like hell. But ultimately, structure does help you feel better over time and make you become a more productive person. Please try something like dog walking through WAG or some service again. You can start off with only one client. Yes, you won’t be able to take days off when you feel like it, but you will be able move past hoarding trauma. I like this idea about separating the living space from work. Can you rent a storage unit? It would keep your inventory in a confined space to control hoarding and keep it away so you have mental clarity, time away from “work” and a neat home.
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I have had other jobs but I tend to quit (breakdown) around a few months into the position. In this house we do autism awareness shirt. Flipping has been the longest (a few years) of consistent income. What is your living situation like right now? Are you able to contain all your items you’re selling in one room that can be closed up (out of sight, out of mind). Also, what is your turnover like? If things are constantly leaving that is not hoarding. Its business. Where do you live? Could you supplement your income at all so you don’t have to work as hard at your current job? Dog walking. Lawn mowing. Odd jobs that are done sporadically but get you out of the house. This is a toxic job for you, please switch. There are other things besides flipping & a 40 hr a week desk job. Get anti anxiety meds and view going outside of your comfort zone as personal growth.
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Depends on your area and your agency. In this house we do autism awareness shirt. You may only have a short time to accept or reject a job that starts the next day. So, if there’s good public transit, you can make it work. I am both near the center of a town with a busy shopping mall and near good public transit. So, I temp without a car. I’d just apply and see if they have options that can work for you. If I decided I couldn’t work for a few weeks, I’d lose the current temp position, but when I told them I’m available again, they’d set me up again. The great news is I’m always paid by the agency, so I could take off a month here and there, but still say “I worked for <temp agency> for 2 years or whatever.