A great philosopher once said 'If you don't like life change it' - or something close to that and that is exactly what I did on my thirtieth birthday.
I was working in the city at the time in a job that I absolutely hated - I liked nothing about it at all - the work - the people - nothing. I was working in the commodity market and all everyone seemed to worry about was their next bonus and new car - I was never into this way of thinking.
I remember being on the tube on the way to work with my nose stuck under some Neanderthals armpit thinking 'Why the hell am I putting myself through this!' - there was a hold up on the train and I ended up arriving for work late to which the boss said 'Where the hell have you been (or words to that effect) - I turned around and started to walk out of the door and he asked where I was going to which I said 'home'. He put on his best 'I have a Rolls Royce look and said, 'Well, if you go don't bother coming back' to which I replied 'I don't remember saying I was coming back' and that was it - the last day I ever worked for anyone. There followed twenty years of London Cab Driving and also finding my spiritual path and even though things are far from how I thought things would end up it is a decision I will never regret so, it you don't like life - change it!!!!