Unless your occupation involves you doing something you are truly passionate about and enjoy, work is essentially just work, and it’s not fun. Of course, you have to do it to get paid! You have to make a real living somehow, and well, my job position at one of the motels was like that. I was a general handyman on their staff, taking care of everything from broken pipes in the bathrooms to light switches that no longer were working. While I’m not a licensed Heating, Ventilation and A/C professional, genuinely working in repairs for as long as I have had made me very proficient with the inner workings of cooling appliances and furnaces and how to fix them. It was actually a Heating, Ventilation and A/C-related complication that made me eventually quit my task at the motel. Part of the motel’s advertisement boasted indoor heating and cooling, but they’re essentially necessities these days and shouldn’t be advertised as some sort of luxury benefit. That honestly wasn’t the problem! No, the real problem is that the motel had one enormous Heating, Ventilation and A/C appliance which connected to each of the rooms, where guests could control their own temperature settings with a control component located in the room. This Heating, Ventilation and A/C appliance had been broken for over a year. It wasn’t due to my negligence but that of the motel’s owner. When it first broke down, I evaluated the appliance and absolutely located a broken piece that was causing the appliance to malfunction. I offered my boss the estimate of what the price would be to have it replaced, and he never purchased the piece. He knowingly left it entirely broken, leaving guests separate from heating and cooling, because he thought it was too luxurious. Guests were not even informed about the situation, and we received all sorts of complaints a month about it… Since I knew the owner wouldn’t do anything about it, I couldn’t take part in that any longer, which is why I quit the job position.