I felt thankful for my job when
I'm thankful to work at Tina's Cafe. Even though we're going through a pandemic and the restaurants were hurt, Tina tried to give me work and it helped me a lot. Tina is a caring boss and I appreciate her very much.
What made me stay at #timberpointshealthcare was
Knowing I was working for the people that couldn't do for themselves. I have worked in many kitchens, and they have all been kinda similar I thought they were all kinda like the same but different. Until I started working for timber points health care. I appreciate all of my jobs but I especially appreciate this one the most. Especially since I learn really fast last they don't require any special certificates or training. That means they hire anyone. And I don't feel like just everyone knows how to cook. Either you got it or you don't. Simple as that. It's a gift in eyes. Like everyone loves food, eating is one of the little things we have to do our whole life no matter what. It makes people happy, well I love making people happy. But when you actually got hundreds of people depending on you and just you 3 times a day is made me feel like I played a important role in peoples life that was no long capable of doing it on there own any more. People how had live the fullest life they could live.. meant alot to me. I had a purpose I felt like like I made there day a little better. Because I simply cared about the residents opinion and there life. Being open minded about my work and they might have some good ideals or some good ideas. Beings that i wasnt the one who had no other option in what kinda good I ate.. I mean the coworker tried to make it different for me for no reason but I didnt care. All anyone in needs in there life is just the ONE person in their life that cared just a little bit more. And I was thst.. sadly Corona end that for me.. #foodservices #motivationmotivation #healthcare #experience #